Prince Harry is putting his plan to dismantle systems of privilege into action, starting with entering a C-suite job without any prior experience.
The Duke of Sussex has taken on a role as 'chief impact officer' at Silicon Valley mental health start-up BetterUp.
The website for the company, which was founded in 2013 and provides mobile-based professional coaching, counselling and mentorship, lists the prince as a member of its leadership team.
We are honored to welcome Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex as BetterUp’s first Chief Impact Officer.— BetterUp (@BetterUp) March 23, 2021
Learn more about how he will work to champion the importance of focusing on preventative mental fitness and human potential worldwide. https://t.co/MCAIADrdfc pic.twitter.com/kPL7jTZOGX
Rumour has it Harry was very excited to join the rat race and up for the challenge of living on a measly six-to-seven-figure salary.
Harry's first day began with an alarm at 6am. He was already awake, restless with the anticipation of changing the damn world.
He rubbed his eyes, chucked on a grey suit that screamed 'I'm trying hard to look like I'm not trying hard', kissed a sleeping Meghan and Archie goodbye and headed for the door.
He paused. There was one thing he hasn't considered.
Harry did a quick Google: "how to use a bus". Cash? A bus card? What on earth is that? He thought.
It all sounded too complicated, so he called a private driver. Baby steps.
Arriving at the office with a spring in his step, Harry proudly pushed the buttons in the lift. Another person jumped in as the doors closed.
"Good morning," Harry said with a smile.
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