Technology should ultimately be an enabler to enhance our personal lives in a better way.
Technology is best used when it complements us and enriches our lives in a positive way. We should be more happy, more creative and have spare time to spend doing what we love.
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Teaming up with different, less than obvious partners, forming new and unlikely bonds, developing new ways of collaboration and finding uncharted and unknown ways of branching out is a definitive way of staying relevant and creative.
The ability to recognize what has changed, accept that new reality and then adapt to it is the essence of “thinking different.”
A worldwide Digital Transformation has changed a lot of elements of our lives, including life expectancy, skill-set requirements, and new kinds of economies. Thinking different is a must-have approach to see new possibilities in the world of tomorrow.
As more and more jobs are eliminated due to technology, we need to keep reinventing ourselves and stay in a permanent state of transition, to be relevant in the future.
The Art of Re-inventing ourselves has 3 key factors:
In a fast-changing world, everyone needs to live in a “permanent state of transition” or “reinvention.”
We need to continuously adapt ourselves to unlock the opportunities and meet the challenges of our new technology-driven world.
Due to the global pandemic, there is a shift towards Digital. Worldwide events, once attracting gatherings of thousands, are either being canceled or have gone virtual. This impact is substantially felt in the learning sector, with most of the universities sending their students home.
Digital learning is often viewed as a secondary option. With the new realities upon us, this is about to change.
To thrive in this rapidly changing environment, leaders must evolve quickly or risk extinction. Leaders need to possess the skills to read the ever-changing landscape, to create flexible teams and inspire their companies to solve big problems.