April 19th, 2014

The Difference Between What You “Should” Do And What You “Must” Do

A great exploration of what we should do versus what we must do - do you know the difference?

April 19th, 2014
kintsukuroi: stories in the scars, beauty in the broken places

When we mend, we make meaning from the raw materials of our lives and create ourselves in lines of illumination that show where the stories are by Justine Musk

kintsukuroi: stories in the scars, beauty in the broken places

When we mend, we make meaning from the raw materials of our lives and create ourselves in lines of illumination that show where the stories are by Justine Musk

April 18th, 2014
Social Learning: Getting from “we push” to “you pull”

Moving from push-based learning to pull based learning - a key imperative for the Big Shift

Social Learning: Getting from “we push” to “you pull”

Moving from push-based learning to pull based learning - a key imperative for the Big Shift

April 18th, 2014

“It is not true that people stop pursuing dreams because they grow old, they grow old because they stop pursuing dreams.” - Gabriel Garcia Marquez

April 18th, 2014

Viva Las Vegas She’s A Betty Morry Sochat

Viva Las Vegas kicked off last night with veteran performer Morry Sochat & The Special 20s - here doing “She’s A Betty”

(Source: youtube.com)

April 18th, 2014

The Economics of Electronic Dance Music Festivals

Music from the edge - fascinating view of the rise and evolution of electronic dance music - timely given Coachella festival

April 18th, 2014
The Next America

Demographic Big Shift in America - it’s getting much older and more multiracial - likely will have profound impact

The Next America

Demographic Big Shift in America - it’s getting much older and more multiracial - likely will have profound impact

April 18th, 2014
Social Learning: Getting from “we push” to “you pull”

Moving from push-based learning to pull-based learning - a key imperative for the Big Shift

Social Learning: Getting from “we push” to “you pull”

Moving from push-based learning to pull-based learning - a key imperative for the Big Shift

April 17th, 2014
Love this …

Love this …

April 17th, 2014

Lloyd Price - Personality

Heading off to Las Vegas for a very deep four day dive into rockabilly and 50s rock ‘n’ roll, including Lloyd Price, here singing “Personality”

(Source: youtube.com)

April 17th, 2014

Larry Smith: Why you will fail to have a great career

Why you will fail to have a great career by Larry Smith, a dismal economist, who understands passion

April 17th, 2014

Balancing Large and Small Firm Capabilities

Rather than building ambidextrous organizations, larger companies should develop innovation ecosystems

April 17th, 2014

In the End, People May Really Just Want to Date Themselves

Challenging the opposites attract wisdom - most people just want to date themselves

April 16th, 2014
Another side of the “Great Emancipator”

On This Day: In 1862 President Lincoln refused to pardon the 38 Santee Sioux people sentenced to hang for protecting their land during the Dakota War of 1862. In early December, 303 Sioux prisoners were convicted of murder and rape by military tribunals and sentenced to death. Some trials lasted less than 5 minutes. No one explained the proceedings to the defendants, nor were the Sioux represented by a defense in court. President Lincoln personally reviewed the trial records to distinguish between those who had engaged in warfare against the U.S., versus those who had committed crimes of rape and murder against civilians. The Army executed the 38 remaining prisoners by hanging on December 26, 1862, in Mankato, Minnesota. It remains the largest mass execution in American history. (via John Hagel)

Another side of the “Great Emancipator”

On This Day: In 1862 President Lincoln refused to pardon the 38 Santee Sioux people sentenced to hang for protecting their land during the Dakota War of 1862. In early December, 303 Sioux prisoners were convicted of murder and rape by military tribunals and sentenced to death. Some trials lasted less than 5 minutes. No one explained the proceedings to the defendants, nor were the Sioux represented by a defense in court. President Lincoln personally reviewed the trial records to distinguish between those who had engaged in warfare against the U.S., versus those who had committed crimes of rape and murder against civilians. The Army executed the 38 remaining prisoners by hanging on December 26, 1862, in Mankato, Minnesota. It remains the largest mass execution in American history. (via John Hagel)

April 16th, 2014

It’s really pretty simple …

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