Have you ever left a meeting wondering why nobody gave your idea consideration? It’s a tough spot to be in, and I would like to discuss what happens as a result.
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Everyone knows the first two kings in Israel’s history. The reason we remember them because they were at the center of a story involving Goliath. We practically can’t forget them, because that story is trotted out every March during a basketball tournament. Saul and David we know, but can you think of Israel’s third king? […]
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Most of my time on the Internet is spent performing a back-and-forth dialogue of inner conflict over the opinions of others. When viewed individually, either side is equally ineffective. Together, lives can be truly impacted. Let me explain. I was raised by great parents. My dad, in particular, instilled a lot of great patterns and […]
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Blog Post: Can We Be Truly Efficient? – Inadvertently, I started posting cool videos on Fridays, so I think I have decided to try the tradition out. So welcome to the first official Video Friday.
It is really cool to see people take a concept and truly apply it to their life. If you want to know if someone really believes in what they are selling, see if they do it in their home. This designer defines “practicing what you preach” with his NYC apartment It would be really easy to be dismissive with his design or say, “well that only works because…”.
We can’t put qualifiers on ideas that work. If we want to be truly agile in our thinking, we take the great ideas and see how they can integrate into ours. I would highly doubt the architects or designers of this apartment to expect us to exactly follow this concept for the idea to be successful. Bottom line, we can’t expect to build a better world if we don’t start sampling great ideas and make them our own.