I recently had the opportunity for a generous exchange with Ron Worman of The Great Conversation. He asked me about time travel and off we went. We stopped recording but actually kept chatting for another hour. It was a delightful exchange.
Category Archives: inspiration
I am excited about the field of Coolabilities. When I first learned about the field from Vint Cert and Guido van Nispen in 2019, everything in my world changed. As a young adult, I was diagnosed with Hyperlexia, among other things and could mostly only see the disadvantages in the way I had to adapt to the world around me. I have now come to understand the gifts my diagnosis brings. After researching inside this space for the last five years, I am on fire for the exciting future possibilities.
I co-wrote this piece with the beautiful human Shannon Mullen O’Keefe of the Museum of Ideas. Together we spent months exploring what we wanted to share about this emerging field, and what seemed most important was to tell the human story. A human with a neurodivergent diagnosis can possess superpowers; not everyone but many do, and we should be paying attention to what this can mean for all. It was magical to explore an idea through thought and research and conversation. Thank you Shannon!
Also, please know The People-Centered Internet (PCI) Coolabilities website will go live in Spring 2023. Additionally, I will co-produce with Guido van Nispen a book on Coolabilities in early 2024 with the Innovation for Jobs (i4j) / PCI Community.
I am thrilled to play in this Coolabilities space with so many incredible thinkers.
#Coolabilities and #Neurodivergent #superpowers are the #future #workforce
Applied Experiential Futures
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to step into the future? The social science field known as Futures allows you to do just that. Through research and data collection, trained analysts can ‘find’ possible futures through foresight tools and determine what to do to prevent or enable those futures through methodologies called Futurecasting and Threatcasting. At the Applied Futures Lab have created a fun futures guide to share some of the tools we use to help folks find their many possible futures to head straight for their desired outcome or steer clear of potential disruptions.
Download the guide here: Applied Experiential Futures Travelers Guide