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Keynote presented at kick-off meeting for St. Paul Public Library, stakeholders, and city officials.

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  • There’s a way forward no matter the circumstances, a path of your own to carve out and a future to invent. The obstacles: short-term rewards in business and government. Hard to stay the course! And there’s nothing like hard times to make people contract and think only of the short-term.
  • CHANGE: Take it! Take all of it! Make the most of it! Then CHOOSE! You can choose to be patient or impatient. Fearful or courageous. Resistant or enthusiastic
  • Diagram The Pleasure Principle Dopamine learning, memory, pleasure Research Memories > Future Associative Fluency Play Non-goal oriented, pleasurable activities What does this tell us? NEW! Pour & Stir
  • Anyone drive an electric car today? 1979: Iranian Revolution – energy policy; Nixon had said hydrogen car would be to market by 1995..
  • Anyone drive an electric car today? 1979: Iranian Revolution – energy policy; Nixon had said hydrogen car would be to market by 1995..
  • Dream MLK I have a dream Committed life March L-R-L Close your eyes, deep breath what's your dream? I want you to have that! Proprietary Territory Contact info
  • A Faith-Based Adventure No guarantees Jump! One hand clapping you started today Congratulations! add others applause

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  • 1. REAP WHAT YOU NEW A Futurist’s Guide to Anticipating & Leading Change
    • The Falling is Sky
  • 2.
      • CHANGE
      • CHOICE
    © Cecily Sommers, 2010
  • 3. KNOW DO © Cecily Sommers, 2010 NEW
  • 4. Q: Why is it that, even when we Know better, we don’t Do better
      • A: We have to learn how to New better!
    © Cecily Sommers, 2010
  • 5. A Futurist’s Guide
    • Problem Solving
    • KNOW:
      • WHAT don’t you KNOW?
        • Determine your Best Question
      • HOW do you know?
        • Process
    • NEW:
      • WHAT can you NEW?
        • Opportunity
      • HOW do you NEW?
        • Exploration
    • DO:
      • WHAT must you DO?
        • Choosing
      • HOW do you DO?
        • 5% Factor
    © Cecily Sommers, 2010
  • 6. © Cecily Sommers, 2010 Learning, Memory Senses Left Hemisphere Language Right Hemisphere Imagery Motivation & Emotion Autonomic System: Pain, Arousal
  • 7.
    • Forward March!
      • L: Know
      • R: New
      • L: Do
    The Antidote © Cecily Sommers, 2010
  • 8. Know
  • 9.  
  • 10. © Cecily Sommers, 2010 technology resources population law markets governance
  • 11.
      • Earth
      • Ocean
      • Space
      • Climate
      • Energy
      • Water
      • Land
      • Food
      • Sun
      • Animals
      • Habitat
      • Minerals
      • Forest
    Resources Four Forces © Cecily Sommers, 2010
  • 12.  
  • 13.  
  • 14.  
  • 15. law resources markets ISSUES TRENDS INTEGRATION © Cecily Sommers, 2010 food energy water
  • 16.
      • Genetics
      • Robotics
      • Information
      • Nanotechnology
      • Health care
      • Education
      • Collaboration
      • Virtual reality
      • Games
      • Telephony
      • Manufacturing
      • Infrastructure
    Technology Four Forces © Cecily Sommers, 2010
  • 17.  
  • 18.  
  • 19. law markets health communications © Cecily Sommers, 2010 energy technology robotics infrastructure
  • 20.
      • 6.1 B in 2000
      • 9B in 2050
      • Developing ++
      • Industrial ---
      • Immigration
      • Multi-cultural
      • Multi-lingual
      • Nationalism
      • Conflict
      • Capital formation
    Demographics Four Forces © Cecily Sommers, 2010
  • 21.  
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  • 23. © Cecily Sommers, 2010
  • 24.  
  • 25. law markets migration labor youth mortality multi-ethnic © Cecily Sommers, 2010 population
  • 26.
      • Tribalism
      • Market drivers
      • Values
      • Interests
      • Beliefs
      • Online communities
      • Personalization
      • Polarization
    Governance Four Forces © Cecily Sommers, 2010
  • 27.  
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  • 30. CONTENT CONVERSATION © Cecily Sommers, 2010
  • 31. The fast and easy answer? - All media will be social, layered (virtual + physical), and just-in-time (real-time, place-, person-, and situation-specific). © Cecily Sommers, 2010
  • 32.
    • Jason M. Schultz, director of the Samuelson Law, Technology and Public Policy Clinic at the University of California at Berkeley Law School, said libraries always have served two roles in society:
    • They're places where people can get free information;
    • and they're community centers for civic debate.
    • As books become more available online, that community-center role will become increasingly important for libraries , he said.
    • "It depends on whether we prioritize it as a funding matter, but I think there always will be a space for that even if all the resources are digital," he said.
    • Some libraries are trying to gain an edge by focusing on the "deeply local" material -- the stuff that only they have, said Blowers, the librarian in Ohio.
    • "How do we help add that value to a format like the Internet, which is expansively global ?" she said. "So we look at what do we have here that we could help people gain access to by digitizing it."
    • That material can be used to start community discussions, she said.
  • 33. New
  • 34.
      • Business need
      • Futures research
      • Brand experience
      • New technologies
      • Scenario development
      • Outside experts
      • Experiential exploration
      • “ Like That”
      • “ Fill the Box”
      • Having it all
      • “ Duh!,” “Love it!”, High Risk/Reward
      • Chunking it down
      • First Movable Piece
      • Deliverables, resource requests, Q-2-Q
    ZONE OF DISCOVERY © Cecily Sommers, 2010
  • 35.
    • “ Like That!”
    • Play
    • Time out
    Pour & Stir © Cecily Sommers, 2010
  • 36.
    • Marching Forward
    • Opportunity (BQ)
    • Pour & Stir
    • Form (BP)
    Know Better, New Better, Do Better © Cecily Sommers, 2010
  • 37. Do
  • 38.
    • “ The to plant a tree was ago. ”
    best time 20 years
        • Chinese Proverb
  • 39. RIGHT BRAIN KNOW NEW DO
  • 40. THE NEW I.P.
    •  
    © Cecily Sommers, 2010
  • 41. INNOVATION PORTFOLIO
    •  
    © Cecily Sommers, 2010
  • 42. CLIENTS
  • 43.
    • Assumptions, Outcomes, Resources
    • 10 Years
    • 5 years
    • 2 years
    • 1 year
    • 6 months
    • 3 months…
    Plan in Reverse © Cecily Sommers, 2010
  • 44. s T A M PO U T S H O R T S I G H T E D N E S S © Cecily Sommers, 2010
  • 45. The Wisdom Principle
    • God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change;  courage to change the things I can;
    • and wisdom to know the difference.
    The Serenity Prayer
  • 46.  
  • 47. What’s yours? dream © Cecily Sommers, 2010
  • 48. © Cecily Sommers, 2010
  • 49. THANK YOU CECILY SOMMERS website www.pushthefuture.org email [email_address] phone 612.374.3191 twitter cecilysommers