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In this episode we take a look at how technology is changing the world of work and what jobs will be eliminated by machines. 

  • A look back at last week's episode and the listener feedback
  • Why you should challenge our thinking with your conversations
  • Making a living from the things that you're capable of doing
  • Taking the 10,000 hour approach to early education 
  • Why it's possible take nurturing a talent too far
  • The machines that are starting to replace our jobs 
  • The question of whether we want to move towards a machine made world
  • Why creativity is a modern business advantage 
  • Learning to blend our creativity with technological advances 
  • The nostalgia for artisans  in a high tech world 
  • Why we must be aware of how technologies will eliminate so many jobs
  • How the low barrier to entry to makes it necessary to be remarkable


People and Resources Mentioned

Scott Adams on How to Fail Big and Win at Almost Everything

Average is Over by Tyler Cowen 

Amazon's drone video 

Originally aired over 2 years ago.

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