The experience of rapid and significant change should make us less confident that we can understand our world and predict the future. As a result, people should take precautions to protect themselves and their investments against the unexpected. We'll prudently hedge against uncertainty, instead of blithely assuming the future will look like the past.
The surprising result is continuous disruption may make us less vulnerable to disruption.
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