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5 habits to help you predict the future

By Clint Demeritt on Jun 01, 2015

In his 2015 ad:tech keynote speech, Rohit Bhargava talked about the current trends that dominate Internet society and the marketing world. According to the trend curator and founder of the Influential Marketing Group, most trend forecasts are based on guesswork and lazy thinking, leading to obvious answers. But in his keynote presentation, Bhargava describes habits that will help you get ahead of the curve and analyze how what’s happening today will lead to tomorrow. Here are the five habits of the non-obvious trend curator with quotes from Bhargava newest book, Non-Obvious: How To Think Different, Curate Ideas & Predict The Future. Being curious “Always wanting to know why and always seeking to learn more about the world and improve your knowledge by investigating and asking questions.” A

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Christa is a writer, product developer, and marketing professional. She founded the creative consulting practice, Chasing Down the Muse. Most of her writing lies at the intersection of business, technology, and culture. Her extensive writing portfolio includes features on PBS, BusinessWeek.com, Wise Bread, The Motley Fool, and a series of live blogs from Mashable's Social Good Summit. She is the Founder of content development company http://chasingdownthemuse.com. Read her personal blog at http://christainnewyork.com and follow her on Twitter @christanyc and LinkedIn http://linkedin.com/in/christaavampato.

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