(This ad for Scotch tape is a fun example of storytelling.) This is a career path for people who care most about caring about people. I am alleviating my anxiety, and clearing off part of the pile on my desk, by telling you about this article I read furtively in the Harvard Business Review, during cello class, titled, Big Data: The Management Revolution.Also, here’s some good news: Ode magazine reports that people who tell stories are healthier. The path to living in details, and mastering your craft. By focusing on either being king of the corporate world or being a storyteller, we have covered a large swath of those sixteen. ) But actually, I’m not one of those people because I like obsessing about details more than I like details. An aside: Have you noticed that most of the links in this post are from the Harvard Business Review?
I am reading Miranda July’s book because she made a great ad for her book. You haven’t gotten to the end of this post, and, frankly, neither have I.So I’m going to tell you that people are driven by one of three core things: achievement, affiliation, competence.When I was first learning about this, the coach gave me more simple words: winning, friends, craft.This topic may be quite depressing for some of you, but this topic has also often been discussed, and many people would like to know the answers.After discussion with some people, I have come to the conclusion that INFP’s are most likely to commit suicide.So the path is this: early in your career you jump around to figure out what to do with yourself.