Friday, February 21, 2020

Interview with Author Eric Meade

Eric Meade is a futurist, speaker, and consultant serving nonprofits, foundations, and government agencies. He teaches graduate courses on strategic planning and social innovation at American University’s School of International Service in Washington, DC. He lives in Superior, CO.

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About the Book
We typically view poverty as a technical problem we can solve with more money, more technology, and more volunteers. But there is an adaptive side to the problem of poverty as well. Reframing Poverty directs our attention to the emotional and often unconscious mindsets we bring to this issue. Meade’s approach is as unique as it is challenging. Rather than trite tips or tricks, he offers a series of nested insights from diverse fields like political science, physics, complexity theory, and psychology. Most importantly, he provides a path of self-exploration for those eager to become the kind of people who can successfully navigate the tensions of a world in need.

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Q: Welcome! Can you tell us a little bit about your writing background – how you got started, etc.?
I have been writing advanced technology concepts for the general public and professionals for 30 years. I have great success at creating new mind sets for people to grow emotionally, and behaviorally.
Q: What fact about yourself that would really surprise people? 

I have significant skills in hard science, but a great deal of success in stage performance and relating to the general public and the scientific community at large.

Q: How do you define success in regards to writing and publishing books? 

I have had many success in all areas of the general public and hard technology product developers to stimulate them to find creative new way to view reality. 

Q: Can you tell us about your new book? What’s it about and why did you write it? 

Tetrastatum, is a completely new way to view image time travel. We all have control to do this kind of time travel. There are existing technologies to do this: VR, dream work, etc. 

Q: When you are not writing, how do you relax? 

I am professional ball room dancer which feeds into my creative process in general. 

Q: Please tell us why we should read your book? 

If someone wants to find new meaning, via simple to understand, advanced technology concepts they can find new meaning to reality

Q: What kind of advice would you give other authors just getting their feet wet?
Think, at a deep level, of how you will change their view of reality.

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