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Curiosity Creates New Paths

“We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we are curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.” – Walt Disney

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Grains of Sandbox Wisdom

When speaking with students, or someone asking for career advice here are some grains of wisdome from the sandbox. Keep an Idea Journal Always have something with you to write down thoughts and ideas. Getting them out of your brain and onto paper makes room for future thoughts. Storing ideas on paper keeps them safe and seems to spur even …

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On Resisting Change

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How To Be Like Walt Disney

In How to Be Like Walt, Pat Williams cites what are considered the six qualities that made the work Walt Disney did so creative and innovative. In re-reading How To Be Like Walt, it was a great refresher on what contributed to Walt’s success. The Six Factors of Walt’s Genius Paul Anderson, a Disney historian and a professor at Brigham …

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Leap Year: How Are You Using Your Extra Day?

How often do we say “Geez, if I only had an extra day?” or “I wish I had a little more time.” This year we do! These 24 extra hours give us just over 27 more minutes each week than we had last year. How are you using your bonus time? Give it some thought. It could be just an …

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Starbucks App Is Slick, But Reduces Customers To Transactions

It is an ultimate convenience that you can pre-order Starbucks from your phone. Tap your order into your phone, walk in and pick up your beverage. It is paid for and you skip the line. To some operators, I’ll bet this sounds like the perfect set-up…just take the customer’s money and hand them a product. Starbucks can get away with …

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Solve Problems By Being A Copycat

What other industry has already solved your problem? When faced with a challenge, instead of trying to solve the problem from scratch – find an analog. That is, a comparison model you can copy. Ask yourself who (or what) may have solved a problem similar to yours. A new book Not Invented Here: Cross-Industry Innovation by Ramon Vullings and Mark …

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Happy New Year

A Very Merry Christmas To You And Yours!

 

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