This episode gets an exciting hint of futurism, thanks to my good friend Derek Loudermilk. In his new book Superconnectors, he outlines the top ten ways human beings can and should maximize their value as technology continues to advance. How is the concept of 'work' changing, and what will 'industry' look like in just a decade or two from now? Is technology progressing faster than mere humans can keep up? We'll reveal the overarching 'meta skill' that all of us MUST acquire lest we become dinosaurs. Next, we ask why it was so hard for our parents to figure out how to use the Internet. Discover the traits that we need to thrive in the future...and the shocking factor they all have in common. What are the chances of a robot being able to meaningfully connect with you anytime in the near future? Will they be the 'new kings of comedy'? Are telephone conversations already obsolete? What are the social casualties of technology we haven't even noticed yet? How do you future-proof your ability to effectively relate to others, especially women? And what is a 'superconnector', anyway? Get the show notes, tons of free stuff and talk to me free for 25 minutes...all at: http://www.mountaintoppodcast.com
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