Book Nuggets

Innovate Like Einstein: An Eight-Step System for Innovation

Innovation is a game everyone can play. But you need innovation tools and techniques to be more effective. What if you could innovate like Archimedes, Einstein, or Edison?

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Insight is inner sight, mental vision, or wisdom. Insight is the creative juice that authors, artists, linchpins, entrepreneurs, teachers, trusted advisers, and other creative geniuses flow and draw from.

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Everyone Has a Story

Everyone has a story. But not everyone tells their story. And we don’t always ask. Sharing the stories that shaped your life doesn’t make you weak. It makes you human.

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The Presenter’s Paradox: More is Less

The Presenter’s Paradox is that the presenter thinks more information is better. But it’s not. The reader or listener “averages” all the pieces of information, and walks away with a single message.

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Powerful Questions: How To Design Better Questions for Better Results

“The question isn’t who is going to let me; it’s who is going to stop me.” — Ayn Rand We ask the wrong questions all the time. We ask questions that drain our energy, lead to dead ends, limit our options, or put ourselves in a box. Imagine if you could ask powerful questions that […]

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