Issue 132 - Published Aug. 5, 2015
How To Be More Valuable Than Machines: Developing Our Most Essential Human Abilities to Survive the Rise of Computers How To Be More Valuable Than Machines: Developing Our Most Essential Human Abilities to Survive the Rise of Computers
By Geoff Colvin

Published Aug. 5, 2015 11:00 a.m. - “We’re entering an era in which the skills that make you valuable are not only changing—they comprise a fundamentally different kind of skills from those that have made people economically valuable up to now.”
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We Are All a Bit Delusional We Are All a Bit Delusional
By Dan Gregory & Kieran Flanagan

Published Aug. 5, 2015 11:00 a.m. - “Unfortunately, most of us can’t be above average—the math just doesn’t work. Now clearly, some people are aware that we’re below average in some areas of our lives, even believe that we’re below average on the whole, but overwhelmingly, human beings are a little delusional when it comes to their conception of their own competence.”
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A Manifesto for Planet and Progeny A Manifesto for Planet and Progeny
By Henry Mintzberg

Published Aug. 5, 2015 11:00 a.m. - “The dogma of Communism was exorcised in Eastern Europe in 1989, only to be replaced by another one. Today the world is haunted by the spectre of an ‘economic man’ and his form of capitalism, seen as the be all and end all of human existence. We shall have to stop the be all before it becomes the end all—of our planet and our progeny.”
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Social Drive: How You Can Create Positive Change, <i>Right Now</i> Social Drive: How You Can Create Positive Change, Right Now
By Paul Shoemaker

Published Aug. 5, 2015 11:00 a.m. - “I don’t want to do anything to deter anyone from believing there is power in the group, in the network. I’m not a fan of false, egotistical, self-centered ‘heroes’ either. But I do believe that the positive social impact one person can create has never been clearer, stronger, and more urgent.”
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Do Something YOU Love: Design Your Ideal Life Do Something YOU Love: Design Your Ideal Life
By Becky Lynn Smith

Published Aug. 5, 2015 11:00 a.m. - “In spite of the millions of dollars now being spent by companies on improving engagement, and the hoards of consultants who have ‘the answer,’ 70% of people in the workplace in the United States are either not engaged, or are actively disengaged. There has to be a better way. I believe there is a better way.”
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Jars of Clay: Solving the Water Crisis in Guatemala Jars of Clay: Solving the Water Crisis in Guatemala
By Dennis Welch

Published Aug. 5, 2015 11:00 a.m. - “In the high country of Guatemala, you’ll find a self-proclaimed 'Social-preneur' CEO with degrees from Notre Dame and Wharton Business School who is on a mission to solve perhaps the biggest problem Guatemalans face in their everyday lives: unsafe drinking water.”
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