When an army of rogue lovebot androids rises up in the dystopian future and overthrows human civilization, it will be because they are tired of reading the tiresome job descriptions written by humans.
Faced with the difficult choice of staying in their lanes or breaking out of their silos, modern workers can only hope the new Special Human Isolation Tanks will be built in time to save them from being honeycombed by a global conspiracy of leading leadership thought leaders.
We are wayfarers in the cosmos, which means a lot of seemingly unrelated pieces have to come together in the right pattern before life starts to have a shape that makes sense.
The most important part of choosing a career path is deciding what kind of mess you want to step in, not how much you want to get paid for stepping in it.
When leadership gurus say stuff like “It’s more important for a leader to be kind than to be right,” I have a social duty to use the superpowers I acquired as a result of being bitten by a radioactive seagull. Here’s why.
As Einstein famously said, “Imagining things I never said is more important than knowledge.”
In a future dystopian nightmare dominated by bionic pirate jellyfish, you’ll thank me for sharing these valuable career tips while there’s still time to position yourself for professional success.
4 out of 5 highly dubious experts probably agree that the application of artificial intelligence to career planning will create a fulfilling futuristic career for someone somewhere.
How innovative leaders will get in over employees’ heads in the shallow end of the playground before AI eats our brains. Or something like that.
How to make your leadership career as unstoppable as a huge asteroid on a collision course with an inhabited planet