Modern society seems to favor mass production from its citizens. We dress alike, behave similarly, and speak with a common vernacular.
Thanks to the gifts of the digital age, anyone today can become an “expert.” Such a situation leaves me wondering where the master craftsmen are today.
Where are the unusual, custom-built leaders who seek to rise above the fray rather than run with the pack?
I decided to ask New York Times bestselling author Daniel Pink that very question. A former speechwriter to then Vice President Al Gore, he has studied social trends and the science of success in the twenty-first century.