Invest in a crystal ball. Make friends with a fortune teller. Buy a time machine. Ok, so the idea of predicting the future suggests mystical magic, superstition and the inconceivable. However, if you could see into the future, imagine what prosperity you could attain. Imagine all the information that could benefit your professional agendas, improve the company’s rankings, prevent oncoming challenges and prepare for changes.
As farfetched as this idea of seeing into the future sounds, it is not impossible. You do have access to the future; it simply requires some imaginative as well as logical thinking. Ways of foretelling the future or essentially thinking ahead, include tactics of preparation, prevention, investment, maintenance and the study of trends in research and culture, but more so, trends in your own daily life.
How to Get Ahead by Thinking Ahead
Part 1: Self-Study
Part 2: Workplace Study
These examples are simply examples that might arise from the discussed brainstorming strategies, not instructions. To get ahead, you must use your mind, your circumstance, your position, your resources, your personality and you must THINK ahead.
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