I worked at a hospital in the mid 80s. On Christmas eve a critical system that was used to schedule operations and assemble the surgeon’s tools and prepare case carts failed. I stayed all night to get things back up and running.
My job was to save lives.
My skills were easier to obtain than those of a surgeon, but my position was no less critical to the service of saving lives.
What's your job?
My own career has evolved over more than 20 years to the point where I now modify corporate DNA, dramatically altering my client's evolutionary course from extinct to distinct.