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What do you do when you don’t know what to do? If the past has taught us anything, it is the future is unstable. Further, we like the change we opt into, but struggle with the change we can’t control. April Rinne joins Kevin to discuss why we should focus on preparing for the future, not predicting the future.

Key Points

  • April shares the significance of the word ‘flux’ and her thoughts on a flux mindset.
  • Details around the flux superpowers of “trust” and “get lost”.
  • The shift from predict to prepare.

Meet April

April Rinne
  • Name: April Rinne
  • Her Story: April is the author of Flux: 8 Superpowers for Thriving in Constant Change. She is a change navigator: she helps individuals and organizations rethink and reshape their relationship with change, uncertainty, and a world in flux.
  • Worth Mentioning: April is a trusted advisor to organizations ranging from Airbnb, Nike, Intuit, the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank, NESTA, Trōv, AnyRoad, and Unsettled, as well as governments spanning Singapore to South Africa, Canada to Colombia, Italy to India.


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Quote Image: Trust powers more around how you relate to change and navigate change well than any other. Said by April Rinne

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