"I am always happy to take credit where blame is due."--John Davis Frain
I love this video. The best things I ever wrote were those that had two interesting ideas stuck together. Seems I'm on the right track.
Very effective. I shared the link and put his book on hold at the library. Thanks! Sounds really interesting.
Holy Cow---there's my dad's birthday present!Thank you!
Brilliant! I also watched the Ted conference video titled the same. With my connection to spirit, I see spirit joining in the conversations when a group of people gather. Spirits fertilise ideas with intuitive prompts. Healing works the same way. It's never a solo venture. Energetic connections, bonding, drive the healing process. The reef is like a coffee shop!
Positively brilliant. (And, man he writes/draws fast!)
I'll pass this link around the Institute... sooo interesting. In my years in R&D I've discovered that the innovation process is more like being in a dark room with a book of matches and striking one after another. 90% fizzle out... 10% light and only one or two of those actually ignite the lamp. The secret to innovation???... never give up and never discount a damn thing!Thanks again
Brilliant stuff. Mesmerizing. I need to start meeting with my peeps again!
I howl whilst typing furiously, hunting for the right words to for my novel. When in my write mind.
Ms.Trite says:If it takes a fast hand to contemplate a slow inovative thought then quick light bulb moments must explode your head.Pop !How does he do that without smearing the whiteboard?
Bashing two rocks together to produce a spark. I love it.
This video makes me feel so good about all my hours wasted, I mean spent, on the internet! And that right there is an important, innovative idea.
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