2021 Predictions with Futurist Tom Osdoba-Ep.7

Episode 7 December 31, 2020 00:33:08
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2021 Predictions with Futurist Tom Osdoba-Ep.7
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Show Notes

Chris quizzes Jason over six of the most amazing predictions in history and then get into the heart of their 2021 predictions episode with Futurist and Organizational Systems Trailblazer Tom Osdoba.

After sharing their predictions (and hopes and dreams) for 2021, Chris and Jason share their plan for the podcast in 2021--including inviting the listeners to tell them what topics to cover and who to interview in 2021.

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