“In the future, we will be competing against medically-enhanced workers who can work longer and harder than us. Artificial intelligence will make it easier to monitor our every move in the office.”
This may sound like science fiction, but it’s a likely reality, according to a new report by professional services firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) in which 70% of the workers surveyed said that they would undergo treatments to improve their body and mind if it would improve their chances of employment. This could be because we believe it’s up to us to improve our careers — even if that means pill-popping performance-enhancing drugs. Of those surveyed, 74% said it was their individual responsibility “to update their skills rather than relying on any employer.” … Companies in the U.S. and Europe are already offering microchip implants to workers, so they can enter company buildings and get their chips from the vending machine with the wave of a hand.
PwC thinks this new breed of super workers will begin to emerge around 2030.
Many people think that the positive effects of neurofeedback would play a part with increasing cognitive function side of the medically-enhanced super human, and while we cannot say we give much credence to the predictions of medically-enhanced workers we can say that we know neurofeedback does wonders for executive functioning, motivation, mental clarity, and more.
Maybe your neurofeedback regimen will prepare you to one day be a “super worker.”*
*we make no guarantees that you will become a “super-worker.”
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