Issue 44 - Published March 7, 2008
A Creative Manifesto: Why the Place You Choose to Live is the Most Important Decision of Your Life A Creative Manifesto: Why the Place You Choose to Live is the Most Important Decision of Your Life
By Richard Florida

Published March 7, 2008 11:55 p.m. - “Increasingly, the place you choose to live will help determine your success in business, in finding a life partner, and in living a fulfilling life. In fact, it may be the most important decision of your life. I believe that we are in the beginnings of a shift as fundamental as the in ...
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The Megacommunity Manifesto The Megacommunity Manifesto
By Mark Gerencser, Reginald Van Lee, Fernando Napolitano, and C

Published March 7, 2008 11:35 p.m. - “Public, private, and civil leaders should confront together the problems that none can solve. Leaders everywhere no longer express as much confidence about the future as they once did. When they speak candidly, it often sounds as if they feel trapped in quicksand, unable to move forward easily. The methods ...
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The 10 1/2 Commandments of Visual Thinking: The Lost Chapter from The Back of the Napkin The 10 1/2 Commandments of Visual Thinking: The "Lost Chapter" from The Back of the Napkin
By Dan Roam

Published March 7, 2008 11:24 p.m. - “Visual thinking is the future of business problem solving. Using our innate ability to see—both with our eyes and our mind’s eye—gives us entirely new ways to discover hidden ideas, develop those ideas intuitively, and then share those ideas with other people in a way they are simply going to ‘get.’”
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Trust Economies: Investigation into the New ROI of the Web Trust Economies: Investigation into the New ROI of the Web
By Julien Smith and Chris Brogan

Published March 7, 2008 11:14 p.m. - “If You Build It, They Won't Come What happened to the early days? You built a baseball stadium, a store, a web app, and people flocked to it... now what? We are suspicious of marketing. We don't trust strangers as willingly. Buzz is suspect. It can be bought. Instead, consumers and business people alike are ...
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Manners Matter: The Commonsense Approach to Business Etiquette Manners Matter: The Commonsense Approach to Business Etiquette
By Joel D Canfield

Published March 7, 2008 11:08 p.m. - “Manners matter, not just socially; we all know manners matter socially. Manners matter in business. Good social skills, in fact, are critical to the success of any business. Let's talk about the why and the how, but first, let's dispel a common myth: being polite doesn't make you a doormat. We've all seen the ster ...
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The Connection Culture: A New Source of Competitive Advantage The Connection Culture: A New Source of Competitive Advantage
By Michael Lee Stallard

Published March 7, 2008 10:59 p.m. - “I want to share something with you I’ve learned over the last decade of my life that I believe can be as helpful to you as it has been to me. In a nutshell, one of the most powerful and least understood aspects of business is how an emotional connection between management, employees and customers provides a compet ...
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