Many of us are beginning to work and live in a new category of the workforce called “the creative class”. Today’s guest, Robert Fass is one of more than 40 million Americans—over a third of our national workforce—who create for a living.
Professionals like Robert are leading the way to an innovative definition of a professional identity about how we work, when and where we work. Defining who you are and what you do has become an an essential element of the career journey in the creative class. The challenge now: how do we measure success in relation to our livelihood? Is it the amount of money we make? The awards we win? And who defines these measures of success? What’s more important: competence or loyalty? Quality or quantity? Is it what you know, or who you know? Perhaps how you define success has everything to do with your experience of success.
Robert Fass is an actor, a writer, and a photographer; he is an award winning narrator or best-selling audio books; he has been part of successful corporate programs as a trainer, coach and facilitator.
To see Robert’s book and exhibition “As Long As We Both Shall Live: Long Married Couples in America” :