What we get wrong about the future

David Sax

“When we're trying to predict the future, we often imagine something that's radically different from what we already have. We think we’ll be wearing silver jumpsuits and cars will be flying. We focus on the technology or the gadgets or the things we can build because those are the easiest things to reimagine. But the most important part about hospitality doesn’t change: the human interactions.”

David Sax

David Sax is the author of The Future is Analog, and I found his perspective about what we get wrong about future predictions to be compelling - so invited him to join us here to talk about implications for hospitality.

We started our conversation by talking about how the past few years gave us a glimpse into the future - and how that might guide the future we want to build:

🎧️ Listen to this 9-minute episode on Apple Podcasts or Spotify