Show notes for episode #4:
Gigs… for decades, this word was reserved for musicians… for photographers… or for a myriad of artsy freelance pursuits… But now, the gig economy is sweeping the nation – and largely responsible for the strongest work growth spikes.The concept of micro-entrepreneurship is appealing to more older workers.
Hot Topic #2: StrengthsFinder 2.0
This bestseller from Gallup by Tom Rath is a great resource to help uncover and embrace your five signature strengths. This book includes a code to take an online assessment and it’s a helpful tool not just for Retirepreneurs, but the clients they might coach.
Joining us for our Watercooler Chat:
Dan Sundt, President and Chief eXperience Officer at CXO Marketing. Dan shares how we’ve progressed from the Goods Economy to the Service Economy to the Experience Economy that is flourishing today, where companies surround goods and services with richer and more memorable experiences… experiences customers remember, savor and share with others.
Links for a deeper dive:
Slowing demand, the gig economy and US equities – from Boom Bust
Gig Economy trending upwards – from Al Jazeera America News
Strengthsfinder 2.0 – book from Gallup and Tom Rath
CXO Marketing – Dan Sundt
The Experience Economy – book by Joseph Pine and James Gilmore
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