In order to change the way one thinks in the future, it is important to look back through time and see how we ended up where we are today. Brad Sugars lists some of the great myths people have accepted as “reality.” These are often, simple statements that are not true but have become part of the psyche for many. Looking through the lens of prognostication, Brad concludes how we have been made to think like specialists. This conflicts with the entrepreneurial spirit. An entrepreneur should be a generalist – the owner of his business and not an employee as is the case with most.