I have been reading the Age of Conversation 2 ( a book of essays on Social Media, but you know that, site | book) and it really gets me thinking. For example, we have nuggets of inspiration like this:
Efrain Mendicuti – Google Mexico
“We have to realize that most of the jobs that will be here in ten years haven’t been invented. So it’s hard to set up a curriculum for these new kind of creatives.”
These jobs that are yet to be created are in the realm of the knowledge worker, the creators of ideas that will transform the workplace.
Where should we look for new ideas?
The blogosphere is full of these creative types, and there is the very real possibility that one of the remarkable people that comes to SOBCon this year just may create something that no one has ever seen before. But we are not learning these skills in college, or in high school. We are learning them from each other as we reach out across teh interwebs and talk. We talk to our friends and neighbors, whether they are around the corner or in faraway countries.
This new medium has transformed the way that people talk to each other, work and live together, create businesses and communities. Everything is different today, and it will change again tomorrow. Writing for the Web – DIY SEO training course
Can we share something here?
All this talk about conversations, and the amazing things that we see on places like Twitter and Flickr everyday gives me a great deal of confidence in our future. So here are some questions for sharing:
- Where do you get your ideas?
- What gets your creative juices flowing?
- Who inspires you to be better today than you were yesterday?
Please leave a Comment, and share your answers.