Jan 24, 2024
In this episode, we reached into the GGG vault to revisit a
compelling conversation with Jason Feifer, Editor in Chief of
Entrepreneur Magazine and author of "Build for Tomorrow." We dive
into the importance of adaptability, finding one's unchanging core
in an ever-changing world, and building for tomorrow rather than
clinging to the comfort of the status quo. Join us as we explore
the four phases of change, the value of seeking feedback for
improvement, and the impact of the pandemic on innovation and
adaptability. Plus, learn about Jason Feifer's insights from his
conversation with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and how his book
provides long-lasting resources for building a thriving future.
Don't miss this engaging episode packed with valuable takeaways.
Tune in now!
Here are the key takeaways from this fast paced, engaging
- Find Your Unchanging Core: Jason Feifer emphasized the
importance of building for tomorrow by finding your unchanging core
in an ever-changing environment. Thriving in the future of work
means adapting to changing needs while staying true to your
- Making a Shift: Feifer shared the story of Lena, a business
owner who adapted her operations during the pandemic, leading to
increased sales and customer satisfaction. Recognizing better ways
of doing things, even before a crisis, is essential for future
- Embracing Change: The pandemic has forced people and businesses
to innovate and adapt. It's crucial to understand the four stages
of change - panic, adaptation, new normal, and realizing you
wouldn't go back. Adapting to change is the most important skill
- Building For Tomorrow: Feifer's book, "Build for Tomorrow,"
encourages readers to focus on purpose and understanding how to
continue being relevant rather than building for yesterday. The key
is to seek feedback for improvement and to consider the future's
- Seeking Feedback: Both hosts and Jason Feifer agreed on the
value of seeking input for improvement. Understanding what is not
known and embracing feedback are essential for thriving in the
future of work, and for personal and professional growth.
Bonus: Co-Host Jason Cochran reveals what science now reveals
why people are so fearful of the future!