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My latest book was published just a few weeks ago and has already been reprinted twice with several foreign language rights already sold. This has been a lot of fun to write.  Read FREE SAMPLE of the book. Packed into it are insights from every keynote, workshop, seminar and strategy session I have done in every industry, in every nation, over the last five years. After months of preparation and research, the writing process itself was the fastest I have ever done (for a book of this length, around 110,000 words), compared to the other 15 over the years.

The Future of Almost Everything draws on conversations with hundreds of business leaders and specialists, all of whom are in some way building the future, driving innovation, creating tomorrow's consumer trends, influencing the shape of tomorrow's world.

Some say that the future cannot be predicted.  As someone who has been advising large corporations on trends for the last two decades I can say that this is foolish nonsense.  Of course there are many uncertainties in life, but every corporate strategy, every business plan, every government policy, is based on fundamental trends which are usually changing relatively slowly compared to the frenetic pace of stock markets, and other highly volatile trading environments.

Reviews:

“A brilliant guide to our future, which should be read by every decision-maker, packed with deep insights on a huge number of trends. Patrick Dixon has a great track record over many years in forecasting opportunities, risks and challenges that will affect us all.”  Sir Brian Souter - Chairman, Stagecoach Group Plc

"Absolutely brilliant.  I love this man's exhilarating thinking and writing.  Here are far-sighted insights into the tangible and intangible horizons of future change, underpinned by wisdom abut its ultimate driving force - human nature."  Nigel Nicholson, Professor of Organisational Behaviour, London Business School

"Every leader needs to keep ahead of major trends. Think radically and read this book to keep ahead of the future!"  Sinclair Beecham MBE, Co-Founder of Pret A Manger

"Insightful views about the global trends that could shape our future. A thought-provoking tome which should help businesses think differently about the markets of the future."  Linda Yueh, Adjunct Professor of Economics at London Business School, Visiting Professor of Economics at Peking University

"Brilliant! Patrick Dixon's insights are compelling, engaging and thought-provoking.  Tomorrow framed by the expert."  Baba Awopetu, Group Strategy and Marketing Director, Optegra Eye Healthcare

Here is more information about the vast range of future trends covered in The Future of Almost Everything.

Order The Future of Almost Everything from Amazon.  Read FREE SAMPLE of the book.

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Francis ananda chipukunya
October 16, 2016 - 15:12

Please send us your book AIDS ACTION to us here in chikwawa in Malawi.

Please support us to translate the book into chichewa which is the second official language in Malawi after English.

Charles Graty
February 07, 2016 - 22:03

Hello Patrick
You may remember me from the days at asset I am now living in New Zealand with my family I am very interested in the work you do I would like to connect more and have updates from you.
However my children and I have learning challenges with dyslexia
And reading is problematic.
I am interested in how Technology can help us
Things like audio books podcasts MP3 downloads are really helpful
Is you new book of any books available as audio?
Kind regards
Charles

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Patrick Dixon
February 28, 2016 - 19:11

Hi Charles - so great to hear from you - remember you very well from ACET days. Sorry to hear about the dyslexia. Sorry it is not yet available as an audio. I need to get round to doing it. But LOADS is available at http://www.youtube.com/pjvdixon of audio / video (which of course people don't have to actually watch - just listen. Are we linked on Facebook / Linkedin as there is something else I wanted to share....Can you contact me again using the Contact form top right of http://www.youtube.com/pjvdixon website. Thanks!

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