In this episode, I will meet you with Diana Wu David  - She  is a former Financial Times executive, author of Future Proof: Reinventing Work in an Age of Acceleration, and an adjunct professor at Columbia Business School's EMBA Global Asia. She started her career as a management consultant and assistant to Dr. Henry Kissinger at Kissinger Associates in New York. When  Diana left her corporate career, she wanted to do something that would  help her be forever employable. She founded her own company, Future  proof lab, in 2016, and she works with global leaders, companies, and  boards to enhance their ability to adapt, contribute, collaborate and  grow. She shared that "the corporate work teaches us always to scale up and grow. What I love about being a master of my destiny is the ability to not only scale up but also scale down whenever I need more time for my  family." She  also knows that there is a lot of anxiety about the future of work, regardless if you have a corporate career or are an entrepreneur. If you  are wondering whether you are ready for the future - please check

Diana thinks that the key trends for the future of work are : - The power of one - each of us can be an individual creator- The power of many; the liquid super team- we come together to work on a project, and then we disband. - The application of technology to support all of the above so we can match each other for the right project and work. Please tune in to hear more about her journey and understand why she feels that she is living the future of work.

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