Failed Startups Can Be a Good Thing More than likely, if you’ve ever run a startup (or are planning) to you’ll likely come across this… Read More »A String Of Failed Startups Is Better Than Ones That Never Launched
Even if your startup is embarrassing, launch it anyway.
For too long, we’ve neglected it – time to bring it back and connect everyone to everyone.
In my last few posts about the long tail and creation, I’ve hinted at something interesting that has been occurring on the net for a… Read More »Let’s Make The Internet Truly Person-2-Person Again
In the wake of Google’s $258M investment in Uber, I wonder what other rock star experiences can be brought to market.
A business without an innovation group or program is like royalty with no heir: it’s the end of the line. video e> audio
Did you ever challenge maze puzzles by going in the opposite direction? I mean, it’s effortless to start at the end and then make your… Read More »Ways We Innovate: Hit Up The Science Fiction Bookshelf
As a student of the “success marketplace” (otherwise known as reading a ton of success books over the course of my life), I came to… Read More »Its Not Who You Know, Its Who Knows You
Yesterday’s post got me thinking – are all disruptive technologies or methods innovative, or is the innovation its own thing, and some things are disruptive… Read More »Is Disruption Innovative? Or If You Have Haters You Must Be Doing Something Right.
Failure is Often More Fun, Too. I watched American Idol a long time ago, but I wasn’t looking for, or even rooting for, the winners.… Read More »Failure Is More Interesting Than Success
Guess What? Life IS Change I’m going to reveal a super-secret secret of life. I know, I know, once you read it, you’ll go, of… Read More »A Super Secret Of Life: Revealed: Life Is Change