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By digerati   |   On August 18, 2017

If the last 50,000 years of human existence was divided into 800 lifetimes of 60 years (average lifespan of ancient and modern human), 650 lifetimes spent would have been spent in caves. In the past 70 lifetimes humans were able to write, and only in the past 3 were electric motors used.

Many of the inventions that shape our lives today were created in the very last lifetime. This exponential pace of change means that we live in an increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world.

if our children are to adapt more successfully to rapid change, we must sensitize them to the possibilities of tomorrow.

This exponential pace of change means that we live in an increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world.

Alvin Toffler, Futurist and Writer from the 1970s, claims we all suffer from a disease called ‘future shock’ where change happens to quickly for us to adapt. His proposed antidote is forming a ‘habit of anticipation’.

If the last 50,000 years of human existence was divided into 800 lifetimes of 60 years (average lifespan of ancient and modern human), 650 lifetimes spent would have been spent in caves. In the past 70 lifetimes humans were able to write, and only in the past 3 were electric motors used.

Many of the inventions that shape our lives today were created in the very last lifetime. This exponential pace of change means that we live in an increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world.

This exponential pace of change means that we live in an increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world.

Alvin Toffler, Futurist and Writer from the 1970s, claims we all suffer from a disease called ‘future shock’ where change happens to quickly for us to adapt. His proposed antidote is forming a ‘habit of anticipation’.

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