When we look for our Ikigai, we have clear 4 factors: we must be passionate, that we are good, that we can make a living with it and that is a service to humanity.
This last aspect is not usually defined clearly, because so many services can help make this a better world! So today I bring you two videos that will help you to have a better perspective of the future, to know if you are on the right track: sustainability in time.
It must be an activity that in 10, 20 or 40 years benefits the planet in its entirety, that is, that is adaptable to its evolution and helps to rely less on artificial technology and at the same time can improve our quality of life.
To help you solve this issue I have brought you two videos that I found very interesting and I think they can give you a lot of light. They're both TED talks.
In the first, Charles C. Mann, scientific journalist, divides humanity into two ways of conceiving the future when in 2050 we are 10 trillion people on the face of the earth, avoiding the ravages of climate change: one brings the Magi and the other the Prophets and Có Mo each solves our relationship with the development of technology and its sustainability. It is in English subtitles, but it is understood quite well and also very funny explaining it.
In the next, Will MacAskill wonders: of all the problems facing humanity, in which should we focus on solving first? In a convincing talk on how to improve the world, moral philosopher Will MacAskill provides a framework to answer this question on the basis of the philosophy of "effective altruism", and how to give the best possible.