In a world that never stops changing, great disruptors never stop dreaming. We don’t have a dream; we have many dreams. We are dreamers.
Leading disruption can feel like an island. It’s good to know that there’s a place where there are others like us, who “also get it”. We are foolish.
We see potential and are willing to try new things. Even when we must push boundaries to advance a cause or idea. We are pioneers.
We can learn from one another, but first, we must have a level of understanding about each other. A multicultural exchange of ideas bolsters richer idea generation, in turn leading to innovation and creativity. We are diverse.
You can choose greatness for your life. If you shoot for something totally out of the ordinary you’ll find that there is a certain magic to choosing very difficult goals. If you can get the ball rolling on them, then they are often quite easy to achieve. We are unreasonable.
Disruption takes a left turn by literally uprooting and changing how we think, behave, do business, learn and go about our day-to-day. It is at once destructive and creative. Innovation doesn’t need to be sexy to work. We establish well-informed future-oriented perspectives that fuel innovation, guide strategic planning, and steer critical decision-making. We lead fundamental shifts. We are disruptors.
No one is totally comfortable with failure, but leaders understand that greater rewards stem from greater risk. There is a difference between boldness and carelessness. Boldness requires strong self-awareness, values and standing up for something. Knowing right from wrong, and acting upon it, demands confidence. Bold people are not necessarily loud, but when they have something to say, they say it. We are bold.
There’s more and more to know in the world, and you can only have so much in your head. Effective collaboration helps fuse talents together to solve problems. We are collaborators.
We want to push boundaries. We tell astonishing, captivating, and incredible stories about what the world could be like. We give the future a voice, just as if we were there.
Our portrait of the future is realistic as it is derived from imminent revolutions and the multidisciplinary experience of experts, but also unreasonable since it is a vivid and lucid dream on the inescapable changes and disruptions our world faces.
We intend to make all of us meditate on this future. This is a wakeup call. It is not a set of proposals for the near future. It is, instead, a vision of what things could be like still during this century. It is meant to enlighten and future-proof decision-making.
Let us write the history of the future together. The history of the past will write itself.