You are a commodity and don’t know it
I think that many people do know it - at least, readers of this newsletter should know it, and also those who find it odd that they are being called 'human capital'. Still, mist of Harold Jarche's observations in this post are on point. If you ever doubted you were a commodity, your experience during the pandemic probably changed that. "Now that more work is being done online, many people face global competition... Three things will differentiate professionals in such an economy — expertise, relationships, and innovation." After the pandemic, a lot of the in-person services will go back to being in-person. But I don't think people will forget how easily they could be replaced by an online service and how precarious even their secure jobs might be.
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