Tomorrow’s jobs will be very different

Date posted: November 15, 2019

Published in: The Advertiser, News.com.au, The Daily Telegraph, Perth Now, NT News,

From driving a space shuttle to mining an asteroid, or even earning millions playing video games — the universe is the limit when it comes to predicting what jobs today’s children will be doing in the future.

Fields such as space tourism and augmented reality are likely to undergo huge growth but the biggest change is that tomorrow’s workers will likely nev
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How to find the new future proof industry inside your old one (case study & video)

Date posted: October 24, 2019

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RLcj3HskQj0

It all began with a referral, that led to a phone call, that turned into a meeting, that started a hunt, that led to the discovery of a new industry, that culminated in the making of a viral smash hit 90 second animated video.

And what was it all about?

The Future of Physiot
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Future Talk Podcast – The Future of Work

Date posted: October 2, 2019

I'm honoured to have been a guest on this wonderful podcast series, exploring all things "Future of Work".

SHOW NOTES

We ‘r’ Future: So thanks so much for your time this morning. I'm really
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This is where your next big idea is going to come from…

Date posted: September 5, 2019

It’s a great time to be alive!

Spring is in the air and with it comes the perfect Futurist mindset of renewal, regeneration and birth (all of you reading this in the northern hemisphere, life is still great, just a bit colder).

And just as certain as Spring is each year, is the certainty that each and everyday someone will ask me “where do great ideas come from?

So, in honour of Spring I want to show you how to get your creativity flowing.

I've used this really simple, low tech, high energy ideation exercise thousand
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Are you a flexitarian? Futurist plots new trend

Date posted: April 11, 2019

reprinted from Inside Retail Asia and Hong Kong

Business futurist Morris Miselowski has hypothesised the coming emergence of the flexitarian diet and its potential impact on the food industry.

Flexitarianism is a dietary trend of mostly plant-based food with the occasional inclusion of meat. Miselowski’s thesis is that the rise of veganism and consumer interest in where and how our foods are grown is
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Canberra Approves Drone Deliveries

Date posted: April 10, 2019

Alphabet-owned drone firm Wing secures approval from Australia's Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) to begin UAV deliveries in Canberra; CASA says the service will initially be available to ~100 homes in the region before expanding to other areas; Wing has been testing the service locally for the last 18 months.

Are you a closet Flexitarian?

Date posted: April 9, 2019

Yesterday’s’ co-ordinated vegan rights protest, blocking off Melbourne streets and causing chaos at various farms and abattoirs around Australia, may well become a defining moment in our future food landscape.

Over a decade ago, when I first worked with Farmers and Horticulture groups, I suggested there was the beginning of a consumer-led desire to reconnect to the land and its produce and an increasing questioning of where our foods were grown and how.

We spo
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The future is Human 1st, Brand 2nd, Technology 3rd

Date posted: March 26, 2019

Arnold Schwarzenegger and the Terminator have a lot to answer for and not just for his bad acting!

Every day I’m drawn into a discussion about a near future world where robots have taken over, humans have become secondary and redundant and technology is the cause of all evil.

NOTHING could be further from the truth.

Humans invented technology, surely, we can learn to tame it, find its off switch, or j
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I’ve joined the Einstein Genius 100 (G100) Global Future Think Tank

Date posted: January 25, 2019

I am so proud to finally be able to share that the reason for my trip to Cabo Mexico, is that I have been invited, and have accepted an invitation to join the Einstein Genius 100 global future think tank, the first Australian and the only Futurist.

I can't wait to spend the next 3 days learning and sharing with this incredible mob of nobel laureates, scientists, astronauts, authors, film stars, explorers and more.

Start Fast and Slowly Go Faster

Date posted: January 11, 2019

Start Fast and Slowly Go Faster

Recently I took a group of 22 business women and men on a 7 day escorted innovation safari / trade mission deep into the heart of Israel's Silicon Valley to discover, explore and find bleeding edge technologies and the people inventing them.

We explored the areas of AI, IoT, Health, Social Entrepreneurship, Blockchain, Mobility, Cybersecurity, FinTech and more and found technology that untangles traffic in real time, truly portable blood testing devices, the potential for invitro fe
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