idea generation

What Harry Potter Taught Me About Ideas

What Harry Potter Taught Me About Ideas

In Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, Harry, Ron, and Hermione must battle through a series of obstacles at the climax of the book. One of those tasks brings them to a room full of winged keys. Here's why that's important for you to know about, and how it's a metaphor for the way ideas can break down obstacles in your path. >>

Book Review: Grit

Book Review: Grit

3 out of 5 stars | This book offers a scientific explanation of success, one that's appealing in many ways. Passion + Perserverence are the key elements of grit. Here's why I wrestled (and continue to wrestle) with Duckworth's ideas, and why it's a worthwhile read. >>

"I Have An Idea..."

"I Have An Idea..."

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. >>