We are living in a dynamic moment.
For most of history, Rip Van Winkle could take his 20-year nap and not miss much. But that is not true today. Can you imagine showing up for work tomorrow after a 20-year absence?
What if you'd been out for 50 years? Can you imagine how disoriented people would be if we plucked them, say, off a Detroit assembly line back in the mid-60s, and dropped them in Los Angeles today?
What would shock them the most: the collapse of the Soviet Union? Lady Gaga? Bottled water? WiFi?
My hope is that this small book will start some conversations that prepare you to navigate the waves of changs racing our way.