The Age of Uncertainty
Breakthrough: Championship Living in a Computer Age - Presentation 9
Paul Valéry was a French, symbolist poet who once wrote, “The problem of our times is that the future is not what it used to be.” I think that’s where we are! Remember when you used to know how things were going to turnout? I mean, this is the way it was, and this is the way my mom was, and this is the way my grandma was, and I’m going to be like them. My view is that we create the future. It’s not already out there; we create it. It’s not out there just to be foretold; we make it up as we go along. What’s important about the future is not what’s coming; it’s what were doing now.
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