“The future now belongs to those who can reinvent faster!” – Futurist Jim Carroll
One of the defining trends of this particular moment in time has been the ‘speed of reinvention.’
Everywhere you look, companies and entire industries have learned to reinvent at speed, and the impact on the ability to innovate is staggering. From curbside pickup to virtual healthcare, distance education,3d printing within manufacturing, and online church services …. everywhere you look, companies, executives, and everyday citizens have learned how to reinvent their future at a speed that is truly breathtaking.
Are you a part of this new disruptive leadership focus – one that is based on agility, flexibility, velocity?
Here’s the thing is – this trend is going to stay with us, and truly defines our future. As I’ve indicated in many virtual keynotes – to companies in the restaurant, retail, healthcare, manufacturing, and education sectors – companies have learned something new about speed and agility, and the lessons learned are going to stay with them. They know how to innovate, adapt and change faster, and they are never going back.
My mantra – based on my book of the same name – used to be that ‘the future belongs to those who are fast.‘ It should now be ‘to those who reinvent faster!‘ Your LinkedIn profile should be changing from the typical “I’m really good with change” to “I’m really fast at change.”
And your mindset that you will do it tomorrow should now shift to the realization that you should have done it yesterday.
Hurry up! There are two paths that you can still choose to go on – slow and speed. There’s still time to change the road you’re on!