Episode 56: Creating Your Future – Part 2
Jared Nichols, of The New Futurist is back! Jared is diving further into Creating Your Future or looking at another way, claiming permission to challenge the feelings and beliefs of others and yourself about how the future will unfold. Maybe you were intrigued by the first episode or possibly you put a few of the principles into practice and are wondering…”now what?” This week, Jared discusses with Jeff Ton, the key areas where people accelerate when starting this practice, where they really start seeing big results.
Jared Nichols is a futurist, advisor, and faculty member at the University of Tennessee’s Haslam College of Business, in Graduate and Executive Education. He teaches leaders, teams, and individuals, how to think like futurists so they can create the best future for themselves and the people they serve.
His insight and expertise is utilized across a wide variety of sectors and industries from Fortune 500 companies to government municipalities, entrepreneurial start-ups, as well as his work in Hollywood with accomplished actors, writers, and producers, helping them reinvent themselves and discover new areas for growth both inside and outside the bounds of their industry.
Jared is also musician, composer, competitive cyclist, and trail runner living in Charlotte, North Carolina with his wife and their two sons.
His most recent accomplishment is becoming an official card carrying member of the Dollar Beard Club and is making plans to build a workshop and tame a wild animal.
To find out more about why Jared does what he does, click here.
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