Life Skills That Matter founder and professional nudger Stephen Warley shares the life skills that will prepare you for how work is changing as you know it. Listen Now
Claire (Burge) Haidar, founder of WNDYR, inspires you to reskill yourself continually to respond to the rapid pace of change in the workplace. Listen Now
Digital cultural interpreter and best-selling author Chris Brogan advises to stop asking permission for whatever it is you really want to do for work. Listen Now
Taylor Pearson, author of The End of Jobs, explains why work is changing as you know it. Listen Now
Work visionary Seth Godin describes how to overcome the resistance to the work you really want to do. Listen Now
Pam Slim, author of Body of Work, shares how to build career security as work changes. Listen Now
Ann Mei Chang, author of Lean Impact and the Executive Director of the Lean Startup Company, encourages you to invest in ethical change and social impact as you start your business. Listen Now
Derek Magill, head of digital marketing at Praxis, wants to empowers you to sell your skills to companies that didn't know they even needed them. Listen Now
Joel Zaslofsky, a partner at Puttylike and a total life integrator, shares how to use all of your skills and passions together. Listen Now
Liz Ryan, founder and CEO of Human Workplace, shares why she believes conventional employment infantilizes adults. Listen Now
Patrick McGinnis, author of the 10% Entrepreneur, shares how to create extra time to work on your business when you have a full-time job. Listen Now
Todd Henry, host of the Accidental Creative podcast, wants to inspire you to unleash your creativity to find work that works for you. Listen Now
Black women are transforming work for themselves by starting businesses at a faster rate than any other demographic because the conventional work system never worked for them.
Jamey Mossengren, founder of the Unicycling Unicorn, makes a living as a street performer, wants to share how he continually adapts to change.
In this special panel discussion episode, work futurists Karen Eber, Charles Araujo and George Muir discuss how work changed in 2020 as we’ve known it and how to adapt to that change going forward.