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Build For Tomorrow is about how to become more optimistic and resilient, and how to turn moments of change into great opportunity. It can help if...
You're experiencing big changes at work or home
You want to become more innovative and adventurous
You sometimes worry about the future, and need a boost
Or, you're an optimist and you like fueling that optimism!
And here's more about why this is worth your time...
I’m the editor in chief of Entrepreneur magazine, which means I’m always talking with the greatest innovators and smartest problem-solvers — from global celebrities to Main Street heroes. I’m also the host of the podcast Build For Tomorrow, where I debunk the stories that scare us the most, and author of a book by the same name.
The most successful people in the world all have one thing in common: They’re extremely adaptable. I wanted to know how they do it.
I’ve found that change happens in four phases — Panic, Adaptation, New Normal, and then Wouldn’t Go Back. The last one is the most important; that’s when we change in a way that’s so useful that we say, “I wouldn’t want to go back to a time before I had this.”
It’s simple. I’ll help you escape Panic and reach that Wouldn’t Go Back moment.
Through a regular supply of stories, lessons, exercises, and insights that'll help you change how you think, and give you practical strategies to thrive in the future. For example:
Why we need Calendar Zero, not just Inbox Zero, so that we can clear meaningful time for the hard work ahead.
Why it’s so important to know what we don’t know — and to create space for others to help fill in the blanks.
How to shift your focus away from dreams, and towards action.
How to stand out from the competition. It starts with knowing what makes you different — which is harder than it sounds!
I want to help my subscribers — which means you can reach out to me anytime with questions, suggestions, and more. I'll respond, I promise. And I might even feature you in the newsletter.
Here are reasons to skip:
Everything you do is absolutely killing it
You are confident you’ll be killing it forever
If that's you, amazing — keep killing it! For everyone else, I welcome you! You can subscribe here and join the much larger, much more interesting club.