- So, are you ready to put the new rules…of work into action?…Here are some practical things you can do today…to begin practicing the new rules.…First, as I've said, do your own self inventory.…You can do something quick such as going to eparachute.com…and doing a few simple exercises,…or you can pick up a copy of What Color Is Your Parachute?…and do a deeper set of exercises…to really understand yourself.…Make sure, that as a result,…you know your own unique skills, experience, and interests.…
People who are unaware of what makes them unique…and what motivates them in the world of work…are far less able to adapt in new opportunities.…Understand your own unique characteristics…and the skills that you most love using…and you'll be far more adaptive than you would be…without that knowledge.…Second, inventory your network, the people you know,…whether it's on LinkedIn, other social media,…or in a Rolodex.…Refreshing your memory about the kinds of work…that people in your network are doing…and updating your knowledge of how their work has changed…
- 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
Skill Level Beginner
1. The Rules Have Changed
2. The New Rules of Work
3. The New Rules of Learning
4. The New Rules of Life
#3: Make time to give back2m 53s
5. What to Do When the Rules Change Again
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