Listen to this fascinating discussion as we talk about how the economic transformation we’re experiencing is shifting time, and how we can take advantage of this to bend time in our favor. We discuss how the choices we make effect our available time and share time management tips and a time management exercise to help you prioritize what’s most important so you can manage your time in new ways and gain better work life balance.
My guest is Edie Weiner a renowned futurist. She says we’re undergoing a fundamental economic transformation that’s having a major impact on our time.
How technological efficiencies are disrupting economies and our assumptions about time, while creating new opportunities for economic and personal growth and how we can use this to our advantage.
Edie Weiner has made it her life’s work to notice shifts in economies and consumer behavior and this allows her to spot trends. These trends pave the way for the creation of new products, services, emerging industries and new ways to manage our time.
Edie Weiner is president of Weiner, Edrich, Brown, Inc., a leading futurist consulting group formed in 1977, serving over 400 clients ranging from national governments to Fortune 500 companies. She’s acknowledged as one of the most influential practitioners of social, technological, political and economic intelligence-gathering.
Edie has lectured at Wharton, Harvard, The U.S. Army War College, the Naval War College and the World Economic Forum in Davos. Her articles have appeared in The Harvard Business Review, The Futurist, and The Wall Street Journal. She has co-authored four books with her business partner Arnold Brown and her latest book, FutureThink, is a global bestseller.
You can find out more about Edie and receive a free report called The Swellness Movement when you register on her website at www.WeinerEdrichBrown.com