In What’s Your Moonshot? trend and innovation strategist John Sanei explains how to ask the bigger, bolder, more courageous questions that will help you thrive – rather than merely survive – in our exponentially changing times.
With a future-focused victor mindset, Sanei decodes the mega-trends that are reshaping human behaviour and the way we do business – not to mention, the way we live our lives. He then explains how to innovate your business with the ultimate aim of becoming the new type of billionaire: someone who positively affects billions of people.
As the foundations of modern economies – transportation, communication and energy – start becoming free or virtually free, massive transformative ideas can now be driven by individual ambition and determination. No longer the sole domain of nations and global organisations, these pioneering, game-changing missions – or Moonshots – are defined by thinking big to drive change and shape the future.
So the real question is: what’s your Moonshot?
John Sanei is a trend specialist, business innovation strategist, entrepreneur, speaker and author.
Having developed his progressive approach to business strategy in boardrooms and in front of audiences across the globe, John is known for his talent to simultaneously entertain, deliver critical insights and inspire change. In applying his Forever Profitable methodology, he encourages courageous decision- making from CEOs, ExCo members and small- business owners; decisions that become instrumental in driving and implementing innovation.
A firm believer that having the right internal dialogue is as important as having the right external strategy, John encourages the people he works with to apply a positive mindset before considering what it takes to participate and succeed in a new age of exponential growth and disruption. His client list includes De Beers, Dell, Microsoft, Oracle, Sappi, Siemens, Standard Bank, Thomson Reuters and Tiger Brands, among others.
Title: What’s Your Moonshot?
Written by: John Sanei
Published by: Audioshelf (Pty) Ltd.
Published: 01 September 2017
Read by: John Sanei
Duration: 3 hours 53 minutes