FutureQuest

Building an Awesome World Future Now

Non-Fiction - Cultural
508 Pages
Reviewed on 08/30/2013
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Reviewed by Lit Amri for Readers' Favorite

“World issues always held a prominent place within my expanding perspective, amongst growing up, marriage and business.” Author Albert Sedlmayer’s concern about world issues is familiar ground to anyone. What differentiates FutureQuest from other books with a similar subject is that he gives more specific thoughts and practical solutions on different areas, which he evidently and carefully pondered on for a long time.

We are locked in the circle of negativity - exploitation, antagonism and conflicts, wars – just to name a few. According to Sedlmayer, the objective of FutureQuest is to tip the balance, defining the steps people can take to build a great future, by providing ample insight and inspiration to confidently take those steps, individually and collectively. A better world in the future is entirely achievable. He introduces a Macro System Design approach to connect all the pertinent elements together so that we adequately encompass the breadth of the challenge. As a whole, Sedlmayer outlines solutions to our problem areas, which can be planned out in detail by the respective, laterally-thinking experts.

Personally, I think FutureQuest is optimistic without ignoring the real obstacles of the world today in its effort to encourage people to strive for a better world. This magnificent material is for everyone, but I sincerely hope that it will be read and genuinely contemplated by world leaders. This is a commendable book from Albert Sedlmayer. I would definitely contribute my effort to achieve a better prospect for our world and hope that this venture will continue to resonate with others.