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Leo Big-Picture Forecast for 2015




Leo, here are some different angles on your long-term destiny: my forecasts for you in 2015, originally published in late December 2014 and early January 2015.

PART 1
For much of its history, the United States claimed ownership of the ocean within three miles of its coasts. That changed in 1988, when the federal government declared that hereafter it would have sovereignty over the ocean as far as 12 miles from land. With that action, American territory increased dramatically. I invite you to consider a comparable expansion in the coming months, Leo. Seize more space. Seek further privileges. Ask for a bigger piece of everything.

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PART 2
In Don DeLillo's novel Underworld, Cotter Martin is a young boy living in New York in the 1950s. The following description is about him. "In school they tell him sometimes to stop looking out the window. This teacher or that teacher. The answer is not out there, they tell him. And he always wants to say that's exactly where the answer is." I propose we regard this passage as one of your themes in 2015, Leo. In other words, be skeptical of any authority who tells you where you should or should not be searching for the answers. Follow your own natural inclination, even if at first it seems to be nothing more than looking out the window.





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PART 3
Author Robert Moss has published 27 books. When he talks about the art of launching and completing big projects, I listen attentively. There's one piece of advice he offers that would be particularly helpful for you to keep in mind throughout the first half of 2015. "If we wait until we are fully prepared in order to do something, we may never get it done," he says. "It's important to do things before we think we are ready." Can you handle that, Leo? Are you willing to give up your fantasies about being perfectly qualified and perfectly trained and perfectly primed before you dive in?

 
 

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