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FastFulcrum: Remain Relevant (Course I)

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“The Remain Relevant course has significantly changed the way in which I see the future of work unfolding.  I’m now more aware (and hopefully more prepared) for the way that AI will impact my life, both personally and professionally.  Evans first encourages his students to consider what matters to them and then he helps them navigate the complexities of their chosen path.  I’m on my third course in the series and find myself more engaged with each session.” ~ Tammy M.; FastFulcrum student

Remain Relevant (Course I)

Remain Relevant provides the participant with new perspectives, both looking inward and outward.  This is achieved via the innovative mashup of the Japanese practice of Ikigai with competitive intelligence methodologies of SWOT (Strength, Weaknesses, Opportunities & Threats) & PEST (Political, Economic, Social & Technological).  Through copious and comprehensive reflective questions, the student will define the experiential inventory and value set with which they have to work, then in turn be capable of scanning the immediate and distant terrain to determine how the world is shifting and how best to apply their abilities & aptitudes. 

What You Get:

  • Exposure to and application of FastFulcrum’s innovative methodology leveraging the interplay between Ikigai, SWOT & PEST
  • 35 micro-lectures covering Terrain, Tools & Tribe
  • Over 200 Reflective Questions & Exercises

Substrate Skills Conveyed:

  • Dynamic, practical, lifelong skills
    • Ability to deeply gauge assets to determine best abilities & aptitudes
    • Ability to determine areas of most efficient skillset development
    • Ability to assess market Terrain to best determine where to maneuver quickly
    • Ability to identify, assess and provide value to one’s Tribe(s)
  • Contextual, strategic, continuous perspective of the Age of Automation

Resource Used:

Workbook/Reflective Questions & Exercises

 

 

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