You may notice that two of the three artists are left-handed. That is not surprising. History shows a substantially higher percentage of left-handed people are creative compared to the rest of us. However, with only 10% of the world being left-handed, and the recognized creators for the future likely to be in their ranks, should we dismiss as just followers, the 90% of communities that are right-handed?
With the creative paradox a close reality, is it fair to suggest that disciples of the 80-20 rule may need to flip their focus to the 80% and just leave the already proven 20% well alone.
Read how traditional consulting that “borrows your watch to tell you a new way to read it”, is being replaced by creative big data based rapid deployment models.
It is said in Asia it is all about face. The truth is the politics of face in any human endeavor is universal and not just confined to Asia. In Asia, as elsewhere, marinating is needed to soften long standing work flows and decode black boxed processes.
Outsiders can and do help to make things transparent with unbiased ideas to catalyze improvements. But cultural differences for change can leave the unwary who try, using so called tried and true approaches, may face very high risks.
Delivered well, humour can get over an objection. When selling innovative solutions, imagine how you can use humour to deflect a sceptical prospect who wants to revisit a traditional solution that competitors are marketing as trusted and true. In such a situation, handling objections and competition is not always about meeting it head on.
The 12 Apostles, when christened by Victorian tourism in the 1920s, numbered as only nine in the cluster. Now there is eight. and inevitably reduce even further. Remarkably Victorian tourism maintains the 12 apostles metaphoric brand as its centerpiece to increasingly attract millions of visitors each year. What is their secret?
Many planning to retire, find it is quite a job. Self-accountability is a big one to master, when previously, as we just did our job, we had it all done by superannuation professionals.
But being cut loose from a life of working in structured and supported activity that brought money in, thrusts the burden to keep a superannuation nest egg productive to live on for the rest of your life.
Larry Berezen, Chief Operating Office of the advocacy firm, New York Parking Ticket, in his down to earth blog post this week, talks about an alleged pea and thimble parking sign trap in NYC. There an ambiguous 3 headed monster controlling 4 parking bays has, it seems, unfairly netted the city $72000 in just 6 months, as exposed by The Daily News.
I ran Larry’s post past Professor Roland F Chessman. a noted sociologist and a friend. That triggered him to share his own story about some foundation rules and ethics as it relates to students cheating in exams.
To make the ethical connection between their quite different stories, with their permissions, here is Roland’s story:
Retiring Westpac Bank Chief, Gail Kelly’s parting gift is compelling;. She talks about to the timeless concept of not missing the bus so you get to the game. But the incredible change she eludes to is the fact that the game is now being played on the bus itself.
Read more about how artifical intellegence is causing that: