In today’s episode of The Art of Passive Income, Mark and Scott talk to Jacob Morgan—TheFutureOrganization.com.
Tired of terrible jobs, Jacob shares how a cup of coffee was the final straw that sent him running from the corporate world and straight into the future!
Jacob is now a futurist and one of the world’s leading authorities on the future of work, employee experience, and how the workplace is changing. He advises business leaders and organizations around the world.
He is also a 3x best-selling author and keynote speaker, whose work has been endorsed by the CEOs of Cisco, T-Mobile, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Schneider Electric, Best Buy, KPMG, AARP, Pandora, and many others.
Today we delve into:
- Jacobs biggest hurdle going from the corporate world to entrepreneur
- Where companies and organizations go wrong with employee relationships
- The future of work
[bctt tweet=”If companies can’t be relevant to their employees they probably won’t be relevant for much longer.” username=”TheLandGeek”]
Plus, find out which organizations scored the highest based on workspace, technology, and culture researched in his latest book, The Employee Experience Advantage—where he analyzed over 250 global organizations to determine how to create an organization where people genuinely want to work, and not just need to.
Listen in for all the details about the future of work, and to hear Jacob’s answer to: What do you believe about the future of work that other people think is crazy?
TIP OF THE WEEK
Mark: Learn more about Jacob by going to his website at TheFutureOrganization.com. Also, check out his latest book, The Employee Experience Advantage: How to Win the War for Talent by Giving Employees the Workspaces they Want, the Tools they Need, and a Culture They Can Celebrate.
Scott: Check out CoSchedule.com. It’s a marketing calendar that brings in all your content marketing, social media marketing, marketing projects, etc., into one platform.
Jacob: If you have a full-time job the best piece of actionable advice that I can give you is to speak up. Have a voice inside of your company, participate in beta programs around workplace initiatives if they have them. If there are internal collaboration tools that your company deploys, use them. Build your own personal brand inside of your company and outside.
Secondly, if you are working in an organization and you are unhappy, best piece of actionable advice is simply start small and create a profile on a site like Upwork.com, TMGotTalent.com or Freelancer.com and see if you are able to make or to generate some sort of income on the side in addition to the full-time work that you are doing. So best piece of actionable advice is, stop talking and start doing.
Isn’t it time to create passive income so you can work where you want, when you want and with whomever you want?