In this New York Times piece, David Brooks is both alarming and reassuring in his assessment about the future of work. He rightly assesses: “For millenniums most people’s lives had a certain pattern. You went to school to learn a trade or a skill — baking, farming or accounting. Then you could go into the work force and make a good living repeating the same skill over the course of your career. But these days machines can do pretty much anything that’s repetitive. The new world requires a different sort of person.”
But there are ways to successfully navigate and succeed in this rapidly changing workforce and fundamentally shifting society. It requires that everyone set a highly individualized course of action, with flexible mindsets, continuous learning, and willingness to be a Changemaker.
Read full opinion here: Everyone a Changemaker