Turn On: The “Lights” Where It’s Not#26

‘Get to yes’ with yourself, in the face of “Surprise!”

Work is changing. Yes, automation will be part of our solutions. It used to be just ‘one single function’. Now the whole world has become a computer world (cool robotics!)

In the best sense, accept what’s coming. Instead of fighting, zero in on the fact—that you’ve to work with robots, anytime soon. Thinking about it, drive us crazy. And, it’s usually ‘this stuff’ that gets in our head, and gets in our way. That’s un-centered state. I suggest, you notice this and, let it go.

The sooner you come to accept—that you should build this ‘new muscle’ called ‘AI and Bots,’ the sooner you life will change.

You might say, “Well… we learned a lot! I agree! None of those things are fun, but that’s the future, startups are creating. Those who see it, no-doubt, will cut the deepest.

Well, how can I one-up that? Go. Find it.

Deepak Singh

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About Deepak Singh

I’m a writer of non-fiction business books. My first book, Rise Today Lead Tomorrow, was published in 2016. And yes, next book is also progressing wonderfully. Possess two decades of experience in International Sales, HR, and Trainings before transitioning into writing. My area of focus is in the field of entrepreneurship, innovation, and human behavior. Apart from that, I’m passionate about all things related to personal growth and its cousin, self-discovery. You know what? These two are not a passing interest or flavor of the month, they’re way of life.
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6 Responses to Turn On: The “Lights” Where It’s Not#26

  1. Katherine says:

    Very deep thought. I hope that will be my motivation for today, 23 august.
    Have a nice day!

  2. Deepak Singh says:

    Thanks Katherine, for your wonderful words of encouragement. Same to you!

  3. rabirius says:

    Well, yes, but sometimes no. 🙂

  4. Deepak Singh says:

    Thanks for this reflection, rabirius.

  5. Where’s the edge between working along with robots and becoming one of them?
    What if we are not, in the end, biological robots programmed to sense like automatons?

    We have to beware of not sliding all of us into the Digital Ocean.

  6. Deepak Singh says:

    You have a point here, Julio. However, I see, the machine is going stronger. As you said, we should be well prepared.

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