Dana’s Weekly Roundup
Hi everyone!

I think about the coming end of/change of what it means to have a job. The impact of automation and AI on what humans still need to do will open up so many possibilities and give rise to the necessity of the Universal Personal Income, because there will not be enough “jobs” for everyone. I also loved reading about the Myths and Realities of Doing What you Love, which gives a no-nonsense insight into how you can start on that path and what to expect.

What are your thoughts on doing what you love?



Sir Nils Olav (the king penguin) is an honorary member of the King of Norway’s guard.


The Myths and Realities of ‘Doing What You Love’

How did I evolve from a self-proclaimed couch potato to endurance athletics enthusiast? I learned how to change my attitude.


SEO is Not Hard — A step-by-step SEO Tutorial for beginners that will get you ranked every single time

SEO is simply not as hard as people pretend like it is; you can get 95% of the effort with 5% of the work, and you absolutely do not need to hire a professional SEO to do it, nor will it be hard to start ranking for well-picked key terms.


The End of Meaningless Jobs Will Unleash the World’s Creativity

Many experts studying the topic of automation believe that the current rate of advancement is leading us into a future with fewer and fewer available jobs. Maybe that’s a good thing.

In his 2013 essay, “On the Phenomenon of Bullshit Jobs,” David Graeber argued that in the wake of automation, we created employment for employment’s sake, not necessarily to fulfill any significant task or purpose.