Week 63 – 7 Lessons In Creativity


The foundational difference between a Salesman and Entrepreneur
The entrepreneur is one who can see the variable in the collective game
Three Questions with Slack’s CEO
Digital Manifestation of Institutional Knowledge
7 Lessons In Creativity From The Brilliant Code Breaker of “The Imitation Game”
Welcome the outsider
Why “Giving” Is the Best Metric for Success
Being a giver doesn’t require extraordinary acts of sacrifice
True Innovators: 10 Insights That Define Them
People are everything

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Week 62 – Ten Things That Are Important For Aspiring Engineers To Learn


Are You Ready For Your Entrepreneurial Moment?
You Forget That It’s A Long Road
Surround Yourself with Differently Free People, Not Just Smarter Ones
If you’re the smartest person in the room, you’re in the wrong room
Unicorn Data Scientist Shares his Secrets with You
Find the causes (not just correlations)
The Future of Work Begins with a Renaissance in Digital Philosophy
Technology is Most Effective When It is Invisible
Ten Things That Are Important For Aspiring Engineers To Learn
Accepting criticism constructively

Week 61 – Are you brave enough to be vulnerable


10 Important Reasons to Start Making Time for Silence, Rest and Solitude
During silence, the mind is best able to cultivate a form of mindful intention that later motivates us to take action
Be a Creator, Not a Critic: The Leadership Feedback That Really Works
Coaches must tell their students what to do, not what not to do.
Are You Brave Enough to Be Vulnerable?
Is there a message in what I learned that will make my presentation better?
Leaders Win (Zebra Tech), Abdicators Lose (Motorola)
Thinking Big
Born Global or Die Local – Building a Regional Startup Playbook
No one had written the playbook

Week 60 – How To Conquer The Fear Of Failure


How To Conquer The Fear Of Failure – 5 Proven Strategies
Visualize Obstacles
Isaac Asimov Asks, “How Do People Get New Ideas?”
The person who is most likely to get new ideas is a person of good background in the field of interest and one who is unconventional in his habits
Leadership Advice from the Tribal Council
Collaboration is key
Craft a Better Presentation with Zombie Apocalypse Principles
Be Clear and Absolutely kill what is vague
Being An Effective Leader Is All About Relationships
Do you informally “check-in” with each of your colleagues every so often