Mon, 16 June 2014
When I asked him why he wrote the book, without hesitation, he mentioned his two elementary-age children - an eight year-old son and a daughter that's 12. "They don't have a chance," he said; referring to the future job prospects that won't be waiting for them once they reach their teen and adult years. And, as the value of emotional intelligence, self-awareness, and street smarts, continue to skyrocket, building a business, working in your strengths, and doing what you love, has become less of a game of "fitting in" and more of an opportunity to "belong".
In his own words - "The time for average is over."
Advisor, strategist, keynote speaker, and best selling author Chris Brogan joins us on the show to share his learning experiences from his professional relaunch as well as ideas and tips from his latest book, The Freaks Shall Inherit the Earth - a real-world playbook for nonconformists, cubicle refugees, out-of-box thinkers, and misunderstood pioneers.
If Chris could go back 20 years and give advice to himself
Make more mistakes; only faster.