OK, down to some serious thought. Pandemic response whether we like it or not, has shifted the way we work & live. More and more of us are relying on technology. However, it’s an industry under-represented and many shy away thinking, oh that’s too techy or sciencey or too much math.way we work & live. More and more of us are relying on technology. However, it’s an industry under-represented and many shy away thinking, oh that’s too techy or sciencey or too much math.
I’m here to tell you differently. I have been working and using the Internet since it was birthed by ARPANET. I was one of the first to code websites and went on to work in Electronic Commerce. With the pandemic response as we open up the economy, much as many might like, we are not going back to before. Instead, we are moving ahead to an age of balance and compassion. More and more people recognize the multitude of advantages to working from where they want and when they want.
Many corporations and systems we have in the world today are built on hierarchy or a pyramid structure with those at the top supposed to be the smartest and the brightest. This is not always true and the environments they’ve constructed on the principles of power, control and greed do not necessarily motivate creativity, innovation or collaboration. In fact, quite frequently they stifle it, expecting you to fit their one-size fits all box.
I’ve been honoured to work with many around the globe both from my work and from my work with Love, Knowledge, Grace. One of the lessons learned from the pandemic was doctors and other health and science professionals from around the globe working together for a common goal. We require more input from all walks of life and all places to achieve a balanced and compassionate world.