Category: Innovation

Cultivating “Assisted Serendipity”

I came across the term “assisted serendipity” in Ryan Vanderbilt’s excellent Fast Company post about closing the happiness gap at work He was talking about how technology “can connect you to other people, skills, tools, and trigger new ways of

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Keeping Track of Failure

I was catching up on Seth Godin’s blog and came across this quote “We respond to what we keep track of. Too bad we’re not better at keeping track of how many failures we incorrectly predicted, how many innovations we

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The Great American Outline

One of the most harmful long-term impacts of the current barrage of negative economic information is that people are putting artificial limits on themselves and their dreams. After all, if we’re all going to hell in a hand basket, why

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