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Daniel Burrus
Daniel Burrus Technology Futurist, Keynote Speaker on Business Trends, Technology and Future Trends. Author of the best-selling book, Flash Foresight.
Daniel Burrus Technology Futurist, Keynote Speaker on Business Trends, Technology and Future Trends. Author of the best-selling book, Flash Foresight.
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When selling, have shifted your role beyond selling someone on something to that of a #TrustedAdvisor who is taking a consultative approach that is focused on the #customer’s best interests.

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When selling, have shifted your role beyond selling someone on something to that of a #TrustedAdvisor who is taking a consultative approach that is focused on the #customer’s best interests.

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When selling, have shifted your role beyond selling someone on something to that of a #TrustedAdvisor who is taking a consultative approach that is focused on the #customer’s best interests.

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When selling, have shifted your role beyond selling someone on something to that of a #TrustedAdvisor who is taking a consultative approach that is focused on the #customer’s best interests.

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When selling, have shifted your role beyond selling someone on something to that of a #TrustedAdvisor who is taking a consultative approach that is focused on the #customer’s best interests.

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Soft Trends offer enormous opportunity if you know how to identify them and with what level of confidence you can use them to your advantage. So, with that in mind, what Soft Trends can you pinpoint that will impact you, your organization or your entire industry?
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In my new book, The Anticipatory Organization, I repeatedly stress the point that, no matter the level of technological advances we will witness in the future, there are a number of career attributes and competencies that machines simply cannot do better than human beings.
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The issue of disruption is another central element that pertains to the potential of AI.

As I repeatedly stress in my books, presentations and consulting work, a broad array of products and services haven’t merely changed their markets or industries—they’ve thoroughly disrupted them, completely shattering the status quo.

Further, there are only two sides to this particular fence—either you’re the one causing the disruption or you’re the one forced to react as best as you can to this powerful disruptive force.
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