I can't think of a book with such instructions, but it's useful to always keep the following in mind when making predictions:
1) Do not make or rely upon predictions that involve violating the known laws of science (physics, chemistry).
2) Just because a technology is theoretically possible doesn't mean humans will want to use it. For example, every American adult could theoretically replace their cars with personal autogyros, but we haven't for multiple reasons. Similarly, the "paperless office" is theoretically possible, but people still cling to paper. Don't ever forget the "Caveman Principle." (https://associations...eman-principle/)
3) This is a great list of instructions for evaluating and making future predictions: https://www.militant...-good-futurism/