Why you need to re-imagine the future to stay relevant

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Tin can invented in 1810, can opener invented in 1858
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But predicting the future isn’t for everyone.

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Not to mention the future is arriving faster and faster…

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And there’s A LOT of disruption across all sectors…

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Which brings us on to INNOVATION.

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However, the future is often boring when we get there.

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And many other sectors will be impacted too, from fuel, to construction, energy and currency.

Disrupted sectors; Construction, energy and currency
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“I just keep playing until I make a really good mistake”

So if you can’t imagine the future, how will you make it?

The world is the tin can, and you’re the can opener

Principal Experience Design Manager at Sainsbury’s 💪