Magic Chopsticks and Making Bunkos


               Christina Mosteller, M.Ed.
                   Career Counselor
    Ind...
A Confession…
OTAKU: Otaku (おたく or
  オタク, Otaku?) is a
  Japanese term used to
  refer to people with
  obsessive interest...
And never the two shall meet?
Who is Dan Pink
• Last ‘real job’ was as
  Al Gore’s speech
  writer
• Previously served as
  an aide to the
  Secretary o...
Other books
The Journey to Bunko
• Had a dark night of
  the soul about work
  in politics
  – Wanted his own
    byline
  – Needed to...
Take Outs & Questions
• What would be an
  example of tactical
  career information?
• Strategic?

                • How i...
Why am I plugging this guy?
Take Outs & Questions


• How can your fans take
  your message forward
  for you?
• Is there an expert you’d
  like to me...
The Adventures of Johnny Bunko
              • Johnny is an unhappy entry-
                level accountant who
          ...
The Six Lessons of Bunko

1. There is no plan.
2. Think strengths not
   weaknesses.
3. It’s not about you.
4. Persistence...
1. There is no plan.

Should I stick to the plan?
•Make what you love your hobby
•Choose something practical
•When you’ve ...
WORLD CHANGES.
“THE
TEN YEARS FROM NOW,
YOUR JOB MIGHT BE IN
    INDIA. YOUR
INDUSTRY MIGHT NOT
     EVEN EXIST.
 AND YOU’...
Making Career Decisions



Instrumental
               Fundamental
2. Think strengths not weaknesses.

        “And don’t ‘Bunko’
         anything, either.”
3. It’s not about you.

            “YOU’RE HERE TO
              SERVE-NOT
              TO SELF-
              ACTUALIZE”
4. Persistence trumps talent.

           Practice
Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Motivation
5. Make excellent mistakes.




  Bunko Bun’ko to make a
    mistake from which the
    benefits of what you
    learned e...
6. Leave an imprint.

  “I’M NOT ASKING YOU TO END
       HUNGER OR REPAIR THE
             OZONE.”--
    “BUT I AM ASKING...
YOUR
TURN
The 7th Lesson
More Bunko on the web


            www.johnnybunko.com

        DIY Bunko Breakfast Examples
Cameron Maddux at the Academ...
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A presentation I did for the CDPI conference
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Magic Chopsticks and Making Bunkos: Can a Comic Book Teach Career Planning

  1. 1. Magic Chopsticks and Making Bunkos Christina Mosteller, M.Ed. Career Counselor Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne mostellc@ipfw.edu
  2. 2. A Confession… OTAKU: Otaku (おたく or オタク, Otaku?) is a Japanese term used to refer to people with obsessive interests, particularly anime, manga, and video games.[1][2]*wikipedia
  3. 3. And never the two shall meet?
  4. 4. Who is Dan Pink • Last ‘real job’ was as Al Gore’s speech writer • Previously served as an aide to the Secretary of Labor • Has a Yale law degree that he’s “gratefully” never used
  5. 5. Other books
  6. 6. The Journey to Bunko • Had a dark night of the soul about work in politics – Wanted his own byline – Needed to make an authentic difference • Obtained a fellowship to study Japan’s biggest export (which is?)
  7. 7. Take Outs & Questions • What would be an example of tactical career information? • Strategic? • How index -able/searchable are your resources? • How do you keep them from going stale?
  8. 8. Why am I plugging this guy?
  9. 9. Take Outs & Questions • How can your fans take your message forward for you? • Is there an expert you’d like to meet? Are they online? • Will you be my next online expert?
  10. 10. The Adventures of Johnny Bunko • Johnny is an unhappy entry- level accountant who followed “the plan” • One day he discovers a pair of magic chopsticks that summon Diana • Diana decides to help the clueless Johnny transition from accounting to marketing • Along the way she teaches him six crucial career lessons
  11. 11. The Six Lessons of Bunko 1. There is no plan. 2. Think strengths not weaknesses. 3. It’s not about you. 4. Persistence trumps talent. 5. Make excellent mistakes. 6. Leave an imprint.
  12. 12. 1. There is no plan. Should I stick to the plan? •Make what you love your hobby •Choose something practical •When you’ve paid your dues transition to something you like
  13. 13. WORLD CHANGES. “THE TEN YEARS FROM NOW, YOUR JOB MIGHT BE IN INDIA. YOUR INDUSTRY MIGHT NOT EVEN EXIST. AND YOU’LL CHANGE TOO. YOU MIGHT DISCOVER A HIDDEN TALENT.”
  14. 14. Making Career Decisions Instrumental Fundamental
  15. 15. 2. Think strengths not weaknesses. “And don’t ‘Bunko’ anything, either.”
  16. 16. 3. It’s not about you. “YOU’RE HERE TO SERVE-NOT TO SELF- ACTUALIZE”
  17. 17. 4. Persistence trumps talent. Practice Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Motivation
  18. 18. 5. Make excellent mistakes. Bunko Bun’ko to make a mistake from which the benefits of what you learned exceed the costs of the screw-up
  19. 19. 6. Leave an imprint. “I’M NOT ASKING YOU TO END HUNGER OR REPAIR THE OZONE.”-- “BUT I AM ASKING YOU TO THINK ABOUT YOUR PURPOSE…THAT YOUR LIFE ISN’T INFINITE, AND THAT YOU SHOULD USE YOUR LIMITED TIME HERE TO DO SOMETHING THAT MATTERS.”
  20. 20. YOUR TURN
  21. 21. The 7th Lesson
  22. 22. More Bunko on the web www.johnnybunko.com DIY Bunko Breakfast Examples Cameron Maddux at the Academy of Art University-San Francisco Ministry of Small Business and Consumer Services-Toronto Columbus Bunko Breakfast – Columbus Traralgon Bunko Breakfast Report -Traralgon, Australia
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