07 Sep How the “6 Disruptors” Interrelate
In my work, I write, strategize, and coach about how to develop three core skills for career happiness and career sustainability–mindfulness, learning agility, and storytelling, and their corresponding habits. These are the skills that will help us thrive amid disruptive possibilities such as AI, Big Data Algorithms, and Biotechnology, and make wise, courageous choices in the face of Climate Change, Industrial Complexes, and the National Debt.
These six disruptors affect everyone and everything on the planet live in symbiosis with each other, for better and for worse. The better? Several of the disruptors spur economic growth and job creation, increasing marketplace competition and the urgency to innovate in order to address common and complex problems.
At the same time, such relentless economic growth proliferates inequality and consumes natural resources in a manner that continues to accelerate climate change and national debt, two untamed beasts that can destroy the very growth and quality of life that much of the developed world has come to enjoy (and for which the underdeveloped world aspires).