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Anyone with much experience with brainstorming sessions already knows that "making ideas" is quite easy. Making them HAPPEN is quite a different challenge and a much more formidable one. Again I am reminded of Thomas Edison's admonition, "Vision without execution is hallucination." What we have in this book is a remarkably comprehensive as well as a lively and informative discussion of how almost anyone can develop the capacity to master a process that Scott Belsky characterizes as a "primer": 1.
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Table-pot White | Low table Compagnie - Adrien Gardère | Shop for design furniture and decoration with Made in DesignTable-Pot makes it possible to create a plane surface around a pot from 30 to 50 cm in diameter in order to form a true coffee table (62 X 62 cm). The pot (not provided) becomes the foot of table! Manufactured in white lacquered MDF, Table-Pot is composed of two rectangular boards which are fixed between them and fit into your pot. Fern, ficus, palm tree... it's easy to change your table! Your plants, which up to that point had only a decorative value, will find a true utility. Other colors are available on request, please consult us.
Nudge: Improving Decisions About Health, Wealth, and Happiness Drinking Pernod in Paris watching the Seine and the world flowing by makes you feel good enough to take a whole duty free bottle of the stuff home with you. Which if you've ever tried it, you'll know is a big mistake. Pernod tastes good in Paris, or maybe elsewhere in France, because we Brits like not so much the actual drink as the context in which we consume it. But at home... Context is the main theme of Thaler and Sunstein's `Nudge'.
I read Future Shock immediately before reading Alvin and Heidi Toffler's latest book: Revolutionary Wealth. I am fascinated with thoughtful predictions of the future. Knowing the accuracy of the predictions he made about the future in Future Shock (which was first Published in 1970) would provide a good indication of how accurate he would be in Revolutionary Wealth. I found the book extremely interesting, insightful, and well researched. It was scary at times, but upbeat at others.