Starting now and through the end of the month, you will be seeing ongoing predictions for the upcoming year. People like to read them to figure out how their lives might be impacted or what their business should prepare for. Those who provide the predictions often want to be seen as thought leaders in their industry. It’s a great time to get quoted in the media if you have something relevant to say, or especially if you’re willing to say something somewhat outrageous. Much rarer this time of year is anyone actually looking back at the predictions for 2019 to see if any of them were correct. If you want to be heard, maybe it is a good time for you to make your predictions known.
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This entry was written by Dean Goldman, posted on December 16, 2019 at 1:30 pm, filed under Predictions, Thought Leadership and tagged 2020 Predictions, Predictions, Predictions 2019, Predictions 2020, Thought leadership.