Normally, adults learn in frames, creating shortcuts for our brains that affect not only what we see, but also our brain structure itself. In order to see the world as it really is, he explained, we must drop all of our frames, regardless of mood, age, religion or political affiliation, and begin to look for patterns instead. Patterns are sitting in the world waiting to be recognized.

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Published: June 10, 2011
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Mark Anderson

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Mark Anderson writes the most accurate predictive reports covering the computing and communication industries. His weekly Trends and Predictions posts cover must-have information for strategy development and business technology planning, and are followed by technology executives and investors worldwide including Bill Gates, Paul Jacobs, Michael Dell and more.

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