Many of us should be getting 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. The idea of the creative class was first presented by author, Richard Florida in his national bestseller, The Rise of the Creative Class, and how it’s transforming work, leisure, community and everyday life.
Professionals like Robert Fass are leading the way to an innovative definition of a professional identity in which how we work, when and where we work is up to us. Our guest today, Robert Fass is an actor, a writer and a photographer. He’s an award-winning narrator of best selling audiobooks, and he’s been part of successful corporate programs as a trainer, coach and facilitator.
Defining who you are and what you do is an essential element of the career journey in the creative class. How we define success has everything to do with our experience of success and our many measures of success.
Robert Fass interview originally aired December 2012.
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