“What am I missing?”

When you adopt the attitude of always asking yourself "what am I missing?" you will always learn new things. "What am I missing?" assumes that even though you may have it all figured out, you that there is always room to improve. If there is nothing missing, then great. If there is something missing, well…

All good ideas are ridiculous

Until people realise they are obvious. Good ideas look ridiculous at the beginning, until they become ridiculously remarkable later. If you are not willing to live through the ridiculous stage, you will never get to the ridiculously remarkable obvious part. Today we start with the Innovator's DNA short course where we will be discussing ideas,…

How we have more ideas

When we think of ideas of various kinds, those that spur creativity, gratitude, or learning for example – we generally start off assuming we don’t have them. However, once we begin to pay attention to them [e.g. by writing them down], we realise that there is more of them than we first thought. You know…

Dealing with the one star review

You took initiative. You asked a question no one was asking. You decided you will do something that you thought mattered. And you delivered. Many in your target audience came right back and told you they were glad you were attempting it. They loved it. “Thank you showing up and doing this”They said. Except for…