Friday 30th September, 2011
11:00am to 11:50am
Remember all that stuff you've learned over the past five or ten years about adapting to change?
Well forget it. Every word of it.
If you're willing and capable of adapting to change, then you're not doing it right. Because technology, social media and simple human nature is changing journalism -- and the whole world, for that matter -- much faster than any newspaper; than any modern journalist can follow.
It's not enough to change or to be willing to adapt. You have to be able to reinvent yourself. To remake your entire skill set, your goals, your outlook on your career and on life itself.
If you don't, you may find your world reinvented around you. And if you don't like that world, you'll have no one to blame but yourself.
You've seen visual journalist, consultant and blogger Charles Apple speak about innovative design and graphics. His message to you this time: Your future is bigger than presentation. It's bigger than typography and flash and data visualization. It's bigger than newspapers and it's even bigger than journalism.
The future is bigger than all that. YOU'RE bigger than all that.
You're only limited by the size of your imagination. And by how willing you are to reinvent yourself
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