Pearls of Wisdom
I asked ChatGPT about the future – I was startled by what it said
People in my LinkedIn feed have been wetting themselves over the realistic conversations they’ve been having with a cutting-edge chatbot called ChatGPT.
Released at the end of November, ChatGPT is the latest creation from the non-profit OpenAI Inc., and it’s WAAAAYYYY more impressive than any chatbot you’ve encountered while trying to do your banking online.
The Telegraph: We tested the latest AI – and here's why you should be worried
Financial Times: ChatGPT is fluent, clever a…
Why resilience won't give you mojo
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The economy’s going to hell. Technology is creating as many problems as it’s fixing. And we seem to be on the brink of World War III.
What's the most popular antidote being promoted for all the uncertainty this creates? Resilience.
It's the idea that you can recover quickly from setbacks, grit your teeth, and move on.
Sounds pretty good, especially if you're struggling through a difficult period.
But while resilience can be useful in some situations, it’s by no mea…
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Your Brain’s Love-Hate Relationship with the Future
How, as an organisational psychologist, did I become so fascinated with the future?
It’s because thinking about the future is the most important thing we do. Life is really just a flow of decisions, and every decision requires us to consider the future.
By some measures, thinking about the future is ALL a healthy brain does. Psychologist Lisa Feldman Barrett argues that the human mind isn’t for thinking, but rather for budgeting. Its primary mission remains what it has been for millions of yea…
The Ultimate Guide To Hiring The Right Coach
James* seemed to be doing OK. When I met him at a business networking group, he appeared confident in himself and the small consultancy he owned.
As I got to know him, however, he shared with me the challenges he was facing. His business was feast or famine – he was either stressed out trying to find clients, or stressed out trying to service them. The pressure was taking its toll on his family life and his health. He wanted to stabilise the business so he could focus on what he liked …
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Uncertainty: Friend and Foe
“When you become comfortable with uncertainty, Infinite Possibilities open up in your life.”— Eckhart Tolle