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Book Club: The Song of Significance (Week 1)

September 26, 2023 @ 5:00 pm 6:00 pm

Have you ever wanted to engage in meaningful discussions that lead to real change? Join our one-of-a-kind book club as we explore The Song of Significance by Seth Godin.

This isn’t your typical book club. We blend human conversations with AI insights to unearth new perspectives. And we aim to apply what we learn through collaborative projects.

Together we’ll dive deep into concepts like finding meaning in work, building contributive organizations, and defending human creativity in the autonomous age.

This week we will be discussing chapters 1-35, focused on where we need to go and why. We want to hear your thoughts on the themes and essays that resonate most.

By sharing our diverse views, we can gain motivation and ideas to transform our lives and organizations. You’ll also find community and new friendships.

We meet Tuesdays at 8PM Eastern. Join the Team Flow Institute book club and help shape the future of human work. A future where creativity thrives, technology augments (not replaces) humanity, and doing fulfilling work with others is the norm.

The Song of Significance” is a call to action for all those who want to lead this transformation. Add your voice to the conversation. Rediscover your highest abilities. And help manifest a future where the uniquely human gifts of imagination, meaning, and transcendence are valued. A future where the song of significance resonates through truly fulfilling work.

Tuesday 9/19/238pm Eastern/ 5pm Pacific Introduction to this month’s book: What to expect
Tuesday 9/26/238pm Eastern/ 5pm PacificWhere We Need to Go and Why: Essays 1-35
Tuesday 10/3/238pm Eastern/ 5pm PacificThe Future of Human Work: Essays 36-72
Tuesday 10/10/238pm Eastern/ 5pm PacificOur New Jobs for Human Work: Essays 73-110
Tuesday 10/17/238pm Eastern/ 5pm PacificGetting There From Here: Pathfinding: Essays 111-144
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