Flash Foresight: How to See the Invisible and Do the Impossible

Flash Foresight: How to See the Invisible and Do the Impossible

Daniel Burrus, John David Mann

Language: English

Pages: 304

ISBN: 0061922293

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Flash Foresight offers seven radical principles you need to transform your business today. From internationally renowned technology forecaster Daniel Burrus—a leading consultant to Google, Proctor & Gamble, IBM, and many other Fortune 500 firms—with John David Mann, co-author of the Wall Street Journal bestseller The Go-Giver, comes this systematic, easy-to-implement method for identifying new business opportunities and solving difficult problems in the twenty-first century marketplace.

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Seven Radical Principles That will Transform Your Business Flash Foresight How to See the Invisible and Do the Impossible Daniel Burrus with John David Mann DEDICATION To my wife, my soul mate, my best friend, and biggest fan, Sharon: you are a constant source of love and inspiration. And to the millions of people around the world who have been in my audiences, read my books, and taken action on the ideas I sparked in their minds. It is your

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