If you knew the future, what would you do? Run a better business? Build a smarter city? Leave your competition in the dust? Rebecca Ryan knows what's next and inspires audiences to get future-ready.
She is a futurist and an economist...and hilarious. Some folks call her a "human spark plug." But don't take our word for it...
“Divorce School for Men” is a sign of the times, notes Rebecca Ryan. Here, she discusses four trends impacting the future of marriage and divorce.
Tomorrow, Netflix will release the entire second season of House of Cards. Fans of the show (including this one) are rescheduling Valentine’s Day around it, but there’s something much bigger going on: large scale disruption. Netflix is putting traditional television out of business. It has seen the future of television, and it’s binge-watching.
What does Snowmageddon in Atlanta teach us?
America is a different country than it was when Henry Ford rolled out his first model T. We’re moving to cities. The next generation eschews the auto. And commutes are killing us. We have to admit that when it comes to transportation, the car may’ve been the wrong bet.
Rebecca Ryan is a human sparkplug. She is one part economist, one part futurist, and one part humorist. (That's right, economists can be funny.) Rebecca inspires us to think differently about the future...our future. Author of Life First, Work Second, and ReGENERATION, Rebecca is called "a voice for the next generation."
Marti loves numbers and has ever since she was 6. We use her nerdy math skills to analyze research data, forecast future trends, and keep NGC's checkbook in good shape. Marti also knows a thing or two about the future of the arts (and she makes a mean espresso.)
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