Non-Obvious Thinking: Prepare For What Comes Next

Afterward: Using Non-Obvious Thinking To Prepare For What Comes Next

This session is supported by Timeline.

When every day brings more disruption, it’s hard to know where to focus. The more things change, the less likely it seems that we’ll ever find a "future normal." Is there really any cause for optimism right now? Of course there is -- but not for everyone. The people and businesses who will be more resilient and emerge from this chaos to be stronger than before will be the ones who can keep a strategic eye focused on tomorrow instead of just reacting for today. 

In this candid session, #1 WSJ bestselling author, storyteller and entrepreneur Rohit Bhargava will share his latest award-winning trend insights, along with how you can use the principles of non-obvious thinking to see opportunities others don’t and prepare for an uncertain future.


- Five game-changing habits of non-obvious thinkers that allow you to see what others miss.

- How to rise above the noise of media and politics to focus on what really matters.

- Four deeply researched and immediately useful "non-obvious megatrends" changing our future.