It's easy to mold yourself into the same familiar routine day in and day out. But to really make an impact, to make a change, you have to constantly incorporate the new into your daily life. Here's how to get into the mindset. >>
Happy 4th of July, fellow Americans! We took a whole day to celebrate freedom and independence, and what better way to do so than thinking about how we can bring those essential elements into the workplace? >>
Ideas are the core of innovation. To drive innovative change, you must continue to generate idea after idea after idea. Here's how to start generating more ideas—and how to organize them so you can separate the randomness from the high-impact business ideas swirling around in your head. >>
Often, we are the Hare. We rush forward with the next big idea. But without the plan and purpose of the Tortoise, we fail. We have no reason to keep going forward so we let distractions seep in, forget the point of the race altogether, wrapped up in our own glory because we're the best. We stop moving, and therefore stop innovating. We think taking a break is ok, because we deserve it. We need to become the Tortoise--or at least realize that we might be The Hare.
When you travel, you experience something completely different. You move through different streets, trails, homes, places; you meet new people who see the world through different eyes. Travel shakes us up and sets us down somewhere new. Why travel makes you more innovative >>