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Navigating

How do we navigate the shifting landscapes of the 21st century, whether physical, virtual, or ethical?

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Stories are More Memorable than Facts

So telling a good story is essential for attracting customers, investors, co-founders, and employees. But what if your story is sort of weird and unconventional?
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Words Matter

The future is either beaming or bearing down on us (depending on your perspective) much more quickly than anyone had expected.
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There's No Such Thing as "By the Book"

"I am the sum total of each one of the women I have played. That they were able to survive the times, and the way in which they did it, made me a stronger person and allowed me to truly believe that all things are possible." Cecily Tyson
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What maps do we have to guide us right now?

“There has never been a period in history where the majority of people didn’t look dumb in hindsight.” Morgan Housel
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How do we plan when planning seems impossible?

We don't know what tomorrow will look like - any more than we ever did. So we make imperfect decisions, just as we always have. We move forward with our plans, modifying as we go, just as we always have.
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Really Sane, Sobering Perspective on COVID-19

I hesitated to contribute one more post amidst the barrage of Coronavirus information that surrounds us. But this talk by Alanna Shaikh, a global health systems expert, is refreshing, realistic - and useful. Hit play. Really. March 11, 2020 Alanna Shaikh (@alanna_shaikh) | TwitterDe nieuwste Tweets van Alanna Shaikh
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The Innovation Journey: A Conversation with Lucie Howell

'If we're going to share these ideas and stories, we need to recognize that it is important to tell the truth. We need to recognize that nuance matters, and the kids are smart enough to understand nuance."
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Navigating Our Imminent Future: A Conversation With Mike Kuniavsky

"I want to see the positive side of it, and I want to see where we really can give people superpowers—but with the knowledge that significant challenges happen with every single innovation."
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Let’s Talk About Curation

Curation. Turn the word over in your mind. What do you picture? Is it a museum collection, complete with aged artifacts, visually arresting diorama, and the eager narration of an expert historian? Perhaps it’s a library, books stacked high, the smell of aging ink and paper, and a sage
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Wisdom in the Age of Information

“We live in a world awash of information, but we seem to face a growing scarcity of wisdom. And what’s worse, we confuse the two.” - Maria Popova, Brain Pickings
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The Temple of Knowledge

Ronald Clark’s father was the custodian of a branch of the New York Public Library at a time when caretakers, along with their families, lived in the buildings. He remembers literally growing up in a library, creeping down to the stacks in the middle of the night when curiosity gripped him.
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What Is Real? The Neuroscience of Perception

You could say that we're all hallucinating all the time and when we agree on our hallucinations, that's what we call reality. - Anil Seth