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The creation of engaging futures has an aim. This is a journey of hope, discovery and of an exponentially better reality.

You won't have the future you want by engaging in a linear projected reality that extends from the problems and inaction of the past.

You create preferred futures by engaging with your mind in desired images, texts and plans, that build your own hopes into dreams - futures that are many times better than the ones you imagine now.

You create engaging futures that solve today's problems by replacing them with a massively better proposition that carries you forward on a journey of hope.

With engaging futures in mind, your journey has energy for inclusivity, tolerance and openness - because your futures are exponentially more valuable and rewarding than the effort they take to create.

Engaging futures are effortless, favourable and truly interesting futures that return greater and greater gifts. As we embark on a journey of engaging futures, we are actually on a journey of futures discovery. We learn, and discover benefits with each new action achieved. Each gift refreshes our hopes in our vision and expands our preferred future possibilities, creating fulfilment, purpose and self-evolutionary visioning.

Futures thinking creates an expansive and improving universe that continues the promise to this and to future generations.

This journey suggests that humanity has periled for centuries to create societies of hunter-gatherer, farming, the industrial and information societies. We are lucky to now be experiencing the greatest globalised society in history: digital society, connected by person to person links and premium technology consumption plus smart cities' coordinated use of the IoTs and its objects.

The promise to future generations is that your own futures will transform, guided by the advances that already exist and the emerging human-centred society of 2020-2030. Your own transformed futures, will be a gift to future generations.

Colin Russo In the Greek tale of 'the lion and the man', Androcles removes a thorn from a lion's foot. [...]