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by: Paula Robinson Deare PREDICTABILITY\BELIEVABILITY
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TRENDS AFFECT THE WAY WE WORK & LIVE - Digitization, computers and the internet have reengineered management, education, and broadcast media to create a frontier of new opportunities for anyone with access . . .
SOCIAL NETWORKS & THE WORLD STAGE - Began as chat and instant messaging to become a global conversation among billions in less than ten years . . .
RETIREMENT IN AN INFORMATION AGE: Keeping mentally fit and healthy enough to see your dreams come true . . .

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Everyone has heard the term "hindsight is 20/20," and we must always look back to use history and experience to measure change and the possibilities of the future; especially when we see similaraties from the past. Our ultimate success depends on it. Hopefully we are not the same today as were yesterday, or ten years ago, but better.   Sometimes the changes are subtle, sometimes drastic, but we are always changing.  Even now, second by second our bodies are changing from the food we had at our last meal, and our convictions are deepening from the information we have just been given.  The difficulty is that we are taught to be as still as possible, to ignore the change within us, and so we are taught to fear . . . .

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PREDICTABLE FUTURE GROWTH - In 1997, the US economy was relatively robust as lots of money was made by the dot-coms and venture capitalists who funded internet growth ideas; which in turn spurred a trend of millions downsized. What's next is up to the American public; are we ready to grow our intellectual capital to join the information age?
TECHNOLOGY AND THE EVOLUTION OF HUMANITY Layoffs and outsourced jobs aren't the only trends the United States we must contend with in the information age. Al Gore has coined "Information Apartheid" as an historic trend to be addressed . . .

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