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How ChatGPT Will Certainly Destabilize White-Collar Workers

what can white-collar workers do to protect their jobs? The key is to focus on developing and honing skills that are difficult to automate. For example, creativity, problem-solving, and critical thinking are all skills that are difficult to replicate with AI. Additionally, building a deep understanding of your industry and staying up-to-date with the latest trends and technologies can help you stay relevant and competitive in today’s rapidly changing job market.

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7 Steps to Completely Dominating Your Industry

Over the years I’ve boiled my path down to a handful of powerful steps to thought leadership. Here are 7 steps to becoming a leading voice in your industry.

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Peddle Downhill: 4 Mistakes to Avoid When Seeking Your Dream Job

I remember riding my bike that one summer day with my big brother Mark. We were riding side by side “Chips” style when it started. We’d been casually gliding down a hill around the corner from my house. We were probably on our way to a pick-up baseball game at a friend’s house. Maybe I was 10 and he was 12 – who can remember. What I do remember is that we were gliding down a hill when I decided I wasn’t going fast enough. I wanted to push it a little; you know, drop the hammer. So I started to peddle downhill. Mark, who has always been more of a break down hill type of guy, began to immediately let me know his unease with my sudden burst of peddling fury. As I began pulling past him down the hill I heard his voice trail off as I blew past, and continued down the hill “Chris, you don’t peddle downhill, you BREAK downhill”. I could barely make out the last few words, but I got the gist. I didn’t care, I wanted to peddle. By now I was hunched over, leaning into the wind which was making my eyes tear. I was peddling as hard as I could downhill. It felt amazing; I was pushing myself to the limit. It felt right, it felt comfortable; I was following my bliss, finding my voice, and peddling downhill.

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