A short piece on emotional intelligence and the role it plays in entrepreneurship
By the end of 2017 you will see a 15% growth in alternative investments
This prediction will probably generate the most traffic out of all my posts simply because I used an antidotal title (10 things about)
Over the course of 2016 I want to connect and introduce 100 people in a purely altruistic way.
IoT will be so common in our everyday experiences that nearly 50% of our life will be interconnected by the end of 2017
Don’t count on oil rebounding beyond $55 dollars a barrel (or a 20% increase from today’s price of $45.80).
Over the next couple of years ONLY the top jobs and career opportunities will open up to those with entrepreneurial and freelancing experiences.
Virtual Reality will start to find its moment by the end of the year - the next biggest thing since the internet - get ready, player one!
Tesla Motor company's stock will increase another 10% this year and another 30% by the end of 2017.
2016 and well into 2017 we will see a lot of acquisitions by major corporations, agencies, and brands.
Donald Trump will not be the 45th President of the United States.
I spent the last three years building a business and in many ways this prevented me from thinking objectively and disconnecting emotionally. I predict that as part of my learning this year, I will listen more attentively, observe more closely, and think with less emotion.
We all make predictions every day. If we take the time to write our predictions down, we can measure our thoughts, and get crucial feedback into our own thought processes.
Have we forgotten how to gift? Do we not understand the value exchange in gifting? Or is gifting now seen as a coercion to get something else. Or is the novelty of gifting so simple that people are looking for the hook?
It’s 2016 and anyone paying attention to what is happening in Silicon Valley sees that a something odd and unsettling has happened - did a bubble pop in the private world of startups and tech companies? With investors writing down several companies in their portfolios recently, we are seeing the effects of an era, the Bubblegum Era.