Technology and the internet are changing at an exponential pace. You can either approach the future with eyes wide open and a plan for how to adapt, or you can stick your head in the stand and be passed by … or run over.
This week’s rundown:
This week, we discuss an article with a clear-eyed, sobering view of what work will be like in future — and the ironic truth it lays bare about how to prepare for a career with this future hurtling toward us like a freight train.
We also discuss an article that reminds us not everything is changing. Preventing professional obsolescence may be changing drastically, but preventing health issues isn’t — because a few simple fundamentals of prevention remain constant.
Yes, it’s time for another article roundup episode — and this time, Brian and Jerod welcome in special guest Kat Ambrose.
This week’s rundown:
- Who is Kat Ambrose … and how did she end up freelancing for Brian Clark while living the life in Maui? [00:35]
- Brian, Jerod, and Kat describe the tools that are essential to their daily lives as freelancers and entrepreneurs. [8:25]
- Reflecting on last week’s thought-provoking episode of Unemployable with Joanna Penn. [18:52]
- Discussion of article “Can anyone tame the next internet?” by Kara Swisher for Vox. [23:06]
- Discussion of article “Keep Things Simple For A Healthy, Long Life” by Jon Schuman for NPR. [36:46]
- Discussion of article “10 Tips to Transform an Elusive Goal into a Doable Project” by Claire Emerson for Copyblogger. [45:32]
- Kat Ambrose
- A Counterintuitive Key to Solo Success (episode with Kaleigh Moore)
- Kaleigh Moore
- Why the Future of the Writing Business is … Audio? (episode with Joanna Penn)\
- Article 1: “Can anyone tame the next internet?” by Kara Swisher for Vox
- Article 2: “Keep Things Simple For A Healthy, Long Life” by Jon Schuman for NPR
- Article 3: “10 Tips to Transform an Elusive Goal into a Doable Project”
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How to Position Yourself For Success in the Post-Web 3.0 World
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