Funny what pops to mind when you’re driving and sleep deprived.
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Earlier today I started the MAP post with a question I’m sure we have all asked ourselves at one time or another:
What if I can’t see the possibilities you say surround me?
How often do we
Why now what?
Why all these changes or push for change?
You have never
I love questions than answers. Unless of course the answers lead to even more intriguing questions.
No surprise then how much I connected Tim Hurson‘s talk at TEDxMaastricht on asking better questions and the unexpected connections that result.
It’s really, really hard to ask questions that you don’t know the answer to.
Another short but worthwhile reminder from Seth Godin. A couple of days ago he wrote
You can’t have success unless you’re prepared to have failure.
As soon as you say, “failure is not an option,” you’ve just said, “innovation is not an option.”
But what he doesn’t say that needs to be said is