Archive for: August, 2023

Beyond the Echo Chamber: Breaking Free and Thinking for Yourself

Ask Elon. Read what Elon is saying. It seems to me that’s how people get their insights nowadays. Easy. Want to know what’s hard? Forming your own point of view and thinking for yourself. It’s hard because you have to do the work.

Innovation Superpower: Networking for Innovation

I have a friend owns a restaurant and he organizes weekly meetups, so last week I went and met new people. I usually don’t do a whole lot of networking events, but this time I said ‘why not!’. I met a bunch of people there. But, one contact stood out among the many. Everyone else was there to pitch their stuff, this guy was there to learn and expand his perspective.

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Generative AI Is Good Enough To Be Useful. Should You Adopt Or Die?

If you look up the definition of the word laggard you get this: Laggards are the last persons or organizations to adopt new ideas, technologies, products, or specific innovations. Another way to describe laggards is by using the word traditionalists; the last to adopt an innovation. They are fixated on the past, on maintaining the status quo.

12 Habits of People Who Are Always Learning New Skills

I’m a lifelong learner. Learning is a habit for me, not something that I have scheduled on my calendar to do; I just do it. One of my mottos is “If I’m not learning I’m not growing.” How do you become a lifelong learner? You learn from other learners. Specifically, learn about their habits.

5 Most Important Things You Need To Know From McKinsey’s Generative AI and The Future of Work in America Report

Last week, McKinsey released their 76-page long report on generative AI and the future of work in America. Two of the key conclusions from the report are that generative A.I. will upend the workforce, forcing 12 million job switches and automating away 30% of hours worked in the U.S. economy by 2030.