You may have chosen what you wanted to learn based on what you thought would lead to a good job, but just as you need to do work that motivates you, learn how you need to find things you're deeply motivated to learn more about.
- I've talked about the range of engagement in our work,…from mild interest all the way through…to finding work that we feel is part of our purpose…for being here on the planet.…I've also talked about having a portfolio of work,…a range of work-related activities that…together allow us to maintain our desired lifestyle.…In the same way that each of us will…increasingly have a portfolio of work,…we're also likely to have a portfolio of learning,…and that's rule number three of the new rules of learning.…
Think of the range of topics that you're attracted to.…Let's say you're mildly interested in website design…or organizational development.…You might read an article or two on the subject…every now and then.…On the other end of the spectrum,…let's say you have a consuming passion…for archeology or movie production.…You look for every opportunity…to learn more about those topics,…grilling people you meet at parties…and obsessively researching everything you can find.…
As the world of work continues to change rapidly,…
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- Why there are new rules of work, learning, and life
- Thinking like an entrepreneur
- Building your network
- Doing work driven by meaning
- Understanding the new rules of learning
- Becoming a lifelong learner
- Planning for leisure like you plan for work and learning
- Making time to give back
- What to do when the rules change again