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Looking to the future and how it affects your bottom line

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IAR Fall Conference speaker futurist David Zach highlighted some of the technology trends to watch, but cautioned against getting sidetracked by fads.

IAR Fall Conference speaker futurist David Zach highlighted some of the technology trends to watch, but cautioned against getting sidetracked by fads.

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  • 1. Court jester Design davidzach.com linked in not at the @DavidZach fortune teller. center. A thought- New Sit around provoking & & read. entertainer. old. Write too. 1. Thinking like a futurist. 2. Protecting your attention. Play with fads, Your value Work with trends, follows your Live by principles. attention.a. Be wary of “futurists.” Profit/prophet motive? b. Change ≠ Progress. Choices: change vs. tradition. c. Old ≠ outdated. Futuristic: future value.d. Think implications x 3. Seduced by the next implication. e. Conversations. Redefine the terms of the debate. f. Philosophy > plans. Becoming like gods ...
  • 2. 1. Everything gets to talk. 2. The Internet of things. 3. The future will be printed. a. Insurance? c. Tools?b. Inspections? d. Buildings?
  • 3. 3. The future will be printed. 3. Will the future be printed?4. The timeline of innovation. 4. The timeline of innovation.
  • 4. 5. Redesigning reality x 3. 7. The assault on attention. 13-17: 1742 txt mssg/mth. Nicholas Carr, The Shallows: Intensive multitaskers are Majority of 18-25 y.o. “suckers for irrelevancy,” says admit: txt while driving. Clifford Nass, one professor who did the research. txt > f2f: s/s “Everything distracts them.” Mersenich offers an even Multiatsking.. bleaker assessment: As we multitask online, we are Work on a computer? “training our brains to pay attention to the crap.” Silence?First we shape our tools, and then ... Marshall McLuhan
  • 5. 1. What if the Future’s a jerk? 2. Think outside the box.a. Sold: distracting, prepackaged future. b.What are we being distracted from? c. How different will it be: alt/future? 3 2. Think into other boxes. Aging Social media Augmentation Money 3 3
  • 6. Youth Nanotech Realtor Virtualculture DesignerEnergy Automation Artist 3D Printer 3 3 3. The clash of innovations. Which Counting Creating Maker Appropriate side worksculture housing Logistics for you? Design 1 Best practices: Think Open source: T h i n k 2 Bottom line [practical] Horizon [potential] 3 Tradition [build upon past] Future [leave past behind] 4 Hierarchy [f2f] Collaborative networks [s/s] 5 Credentials [singular path] Smarts [many paths & bypass] 6Citizenship Entrepreneur Pursuit of ... [work & life] Promise of ... [worklife] 7 Close-minded [them] Open-minded [us] 3
  • 7. 5. Can realtors be automated? 5. Can realtors be automated? a. What can you do that cannot be automated? a. What can you do that cannot be automated? b. Is anyone going to pay you to do that? b. Is anyone going to pay you to do that? c. Is it legal for them to pay you to do that? c. Is it legal for them to pay you to do that? d. What can you finally do that you want to do? d. What can you finally do that you want to do? e. What should you finally stop doing? e. What should you finally stop doing? 80/20 80/20 Marshall Elegance Marshall Elegance McLuhan & McLuhan & eloquence. eloquence. Technology ... art. Technology ... art. 6. Creative futures. a. Unlimited choices. b. Loss ofboundaries. boundaries. boundaries. boundaries. boundaries. boundaries. c. Comfortable attention.d. Customers = Coworkers.
  • 8. 1. Start smoking. 2. Start drinking. a. KFC research. a. Tolstoy. b. Break bread; b. Strangers. break barriers. 3. Retreat Querencia. 4. Small & many > Big & few. a. Everyone is freaking out. b. Let us not look ... c. Spoils to the distractors. d. Foundations & intentions. Kickstarter.comA place from which one’s strength of character is drawn. Small ideas are asA place in which we know exactly who we are. important as big ideas.The place from which we speak our deepest beliefs. ID Lt. Gov. Brad Little
  • 9. 5. The freedom to fail. 6. Your most valuable resource. a. A.D.O.S. b. Hyperliving. c. Calm, silence, repose.Lambent Shopping Trolley d. Closing your mind. For information on booking David Zach, futurist, please contact Linda Warmoth-Shelton at Capital City Speakers - 800-397-3183