Earlier this month, I chatted with Paul Millerd about the internet's power to spread ideas, make different professions scalable, and impact inequality, uncertainty, and well-being.
We also discussed my own journey and some key decisions that shaped my career and education. It was an unusual and quite personal conversation.
Later this month, I will host Paul for a live chat about his work and ideas — specifically, about careers, uncertainty, and finding the right balance between living and making a living. Paul is the author of The Pathless Path. He was once "normal" — Working at GE, McKinsey, and Boston Consulting Group and earning an MBA from MIT.
And then everything changed.
Paul was sidelined by disease and was forced to reconsider his priorities and learn to embrace uncertainty. The result of this process was lots of travel, a new book, and a series of solo-preneurial experiments and businesses. Sign up for free.