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We all want to do remarkable things, and lead remarkable lives. No one wants to spend the day engaged in mundane productivity in pursuit of a meaningless consumer existence. Certainly not you, right? So why do we find it so hard to break out of our rut and do truly innovative things? Because it’s hard.
Last week, I received an e-mail asking if I had ever taken a look at sites and services for inventors. I hadn't. And judging by the size of those sites' communities, I'm guessing that most other folks haven't, either. Below are some of the neatest resources, both on the Web and on your iPhone, designed specifically for inventors.
Welcome to the 24hr Innovation Marathon! That’s right! This post is part of “My Half Time Pep Talk for 2009,” a collection of posts about innovation on a variety of blogs, as part of the Board of Innovation’s 24 Hours of Innovation event started 3am May15 (Central time) to 3am May16. 2009 marks the 27th (correction not 25th) anniversary of the publication of In Search of Excellence (1982) by Tom Peters and Bob Waterman. Their ideas shaped new management thinking for more than two decades and inspired many young managers.
Na semana passada aconteceu em São Paulo a ExpoMoney , uma feira voltada para investidores veteranos e iniciantes. A Espalhe foi convidada pela MG Eventos para desenvolver uma ação para Agência Estado que estava divulgando o AE Broadcast , uma ferramenta de informação completa para investidores de todos os níveis monitorarem e operarem nos mais diversos mercados. O desafio não era diferente do problema de toda a feira: transformar o estande no grande centro de atenções .