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Keidi with Benin Girl“The future belongs to those who are best prepared to create it today.” – Keidi Awadu

FutureNomic$ BookFUTURENOMIC$: Positioning Your Enterprise to Win in the New Global Economy - As promised, this is the latest book on global economics from the author of the Conscious Rasta Report. Keidi Awadu is a futurist who has developed a spectrum of expertises in scientific disciplines. In combining future studies with economics, we've created a system of predicting major trends that will disrupt social, political, and economic patterns for the next 35 years and beyond. Your business enterprise can be beneficiary of these future pathways by being aware in advance of how the global economy is changing and will embrace new business models as it also pushes old models out of viability. Old powers are declining, to be replaced by new enterprises who are able to seize momentum by being on the cutting edge of the global innovation and creative frontier. This is where we want to be as individuals and, better yet, as organized groups. The future belongs to those who are best prepared to create it today. Armed with the state-of-the-art data, analysis and futurist predictions within this book, you should remain on the frontier of the new global economy. Get the book in paperback or discounted as an e book. (CRP-FutNom-1) SHIPPING FEB. 1, 2018

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Business in AfricaExcerpt from Chapter 1 - What Is FutureNomics?

When we combine these two mutually-reinforcing disciplines of futurology and economics, “FutureNomics,” we have at hand a procedural system which can be utilized to map a precise set of strategic pathways upon which a group or a nation can experience rapid transformation toward stable and competent mastery of the group’s long-term destiny. To engage in behaviors which oppose these future-serving disciplines might predictably produce a set of outcomes resulting in degeneration, chaos and devolution for a vulnerable group. Emerging African MarketsAs we look at the world today there can be no denying that there has been uneven development for distinct groups and ethnicities; this inequality is measurable both across national borders and within national populations.

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      For too long we have lacked the type of strategic planning that consolidates successes. I try to not openly criticize individual advocates or to too deeply engage in negative rhetoric about our people. In the end we can best judge the strength of any particular program by its impact upon the largest segment of the overall society – If the program works, we should be able to obviously measure objective evidence of its effectiveness.

Why am I investing the effort to write this book on FutureNomics? I offer this research, with the immense amount of work that it has entailed, as a gift to any who would wish to secure a definitive pathway to unlimited wealth and success; I offer this as an investment in sustainable progress for this generation.

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Reinvent AfricaAfrica Rising Study Vol 3 Solving Persistent Challenges - This is the third segment of our ongoing extensive research into AFRICA RISING. This historic series is perhaps the largest online broadcast exposing the spectrum of data-backed evidence that the 500-year-long Maafa (Great Suffering) of African people at the hands of enslavement, colonialism, genocide and economic dominance is rapidly, RAPIDLY drawing to an historic conclusion. Today we begin by looking closely at those who are not convinced of the steady rebirth of the continent. They question the impact of declining commodity prices and their impact on the economies of Nigeria, Angola and South Africa. Persistent problems still continue to hinder progress such as good governance, the outflow of illicit currency flows, managing a growing population and others. Yet, despite this mass of negative talk from western media as well as a number of "Afro-pessimists," we can still deduce that this phenomenon cannot be stopped, only delayed if we don't commit the resources necessary to make it happen. Listen while we, on the fly, put together a viable solution to hire Afri-Amer accountants and auditors to save much of $200 billion in annual illicit resources drain. (LIBMP3-3946)

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Innovation Cities and Silicon Savannahs

China to Build Huge Innovation City, Africans are Building Silicon Savannahs - We begin today's program with a major technology story coming out of northern China with the beginning of construction of a city committed to technology innovation that will be three times the size of New York City. The Chinese President Xi Jinping is unquestionably the most brilliant and authoritative leader today. The creation of this high-tech infrastructure guarantees that China will soon surpass the U.S. as the worlds major economy and tech innovator. Following this visionary model of future development, we then turn our attention to similar developments taking place on the African continent. Kenya is leading this Sub-Saharan movement as its "Silicon Savannahs" are arising along with those of other nations such as Rwanda, Uganda, Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa, Ethiopia, Mozambique and others. I turn to significant portions of my upcoming book FUTURENOMIC$ to provide a cutting edge update to this phenomenon. Ultimately, we in the Diaspora have a tremendous amount of valued tech innovation experience that we can contribute to African development over the next 35 years. (LIBMP3-3956)

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FutureNomics WorkshopI am looking for partners all across the U.S., Europe, the Caribbean and Africa who want to entertain the depth of research that I have accumulated on African-Centered Sustainable Development during the calendar year 2018. In particular, contacts on college and university campuses are critically necessary for our strategic plan.

Email me: keidi@libradio.net if you can help to get this workshop established in your locality.


Bomani Thyimba at One Africa GhanaKeidi Awadu once again has delivered another incredible groundbreaking research titled FUTURENOMIC$, a great concept for us to structure a foundation to position ourselves successfully in the global world for independence. The author uses the term “scientific futurist” which captures what FutureNomics is all about. Vision forecasting and taking full advantage of these opportunities to position ourselves stronger on the world market. This research reminds me of what we must do to build a strong Pan-African global society for penople of African ancestry. Keidi uses the energy of Future and Economics to tie in where the Africans of the world can focus to build strong Pan African nations.

FutureNomics is an excellent concept and strategy of a global future for our preparation. Keidi points out how India and China have advanced through investing in their global skilled population. He explains how their focus has been to work to build productive generations. This work includes industrializing their countries to the highest level to compete on the world market. We have to have the same concept like Asia for the Asians and Europe for the Europeans. It’s the same as when we analyze Marcus Garvey vision of Africa for the Africans at home and abroad. He was speaking about nation-building, global investment and ultimately all aspects of FutureNomics.

Keidi gets into full details with a strong analysis of the main advantages of going global—this is a no-brainer. Major companies around the world are positioning themselves to be in place to dominate the globe. Our high consumption rate versus low production rate make it a complete and uneven struggle to assert ourselves in America. We even see better investment market when we look on a global scale from the U.S.A. We have seen in the 21 century the rise of the African investment market. With all of these opportunities, it’s time to see a higher level of investment interest from the African-Americans and the rest of the African Diaspora. FUTURENOMIC$ leaves no stone unturned. The author places all possibilities on the table toward the aim of African Nation-Building.

Bomani Tyehimba
Executive Director
Africa for the Africans: Tours & Investment

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