If it’s not safe it’s worth doing it !
What’s is being a maker ?
How to choose the right way ?
Published on Oct 1, 2012
World Maker Faire 2012: Seth Godin, “Art and Science and Making Things”
The industrialist mindset of productivity and predictable perfection has infected all elements of our lives, from school to science. Once you see it, you’ll understand how it pushes us to avoid the hard work of doing truly interesting science, and how it encourages us to avoid the maker mindset. In this informal talk, I’ll try to get under your skin, at least a little, about what’s at stake.
Pull your ideas out !
Tell us the story.
TEDxEast INTERCONNECTIVITY – 11.11.10 : -Nancy Duarte- That Resonates with Me!
Why are some presentations spellbinding and some not? Well, this is the question Nancy Duarte takes on as she shares with the audience the secret of an excellent presentation. In this fascinating talk Nancy Duarte explains the model that she developed for designing transformative presentations. She explains the essential qualities of an excellent presentation by analyzing the speeches of Martin Luther King and Steve Jobs. She reminds us that the only way to spread important ideas is to make sure that one is communicating his or her ideas effectively using strong presentation skills.
Ishita Gupta is founder of Fear.less Magazine, a digital magazine featuring best-known names in business on how to live without fear.
Ishita was featured in Seth Godin’s book Linchpin: Are You Indispensable?
In under 180 seconds, this video will rewire your brain and have you seeing the world with new eyes.
Seth Godin has written fourteen books that have been translated into more than thirty languages.
Every one has been a bestseller.
He writes about the post-industrial revolution, the way ideas spread, marketing, quitting, leadership and most of all, changing everything.
View the full interview on TheArtOf.com: http://artof.co/1aE8bnV
It’s time to build your bridge from the idea you on on side to it’s realization on the other side.
Move on … just a single step forward !
We all have that idea that we cant shake out of our head, the one that we think about in the shower or daydream about. Entrepreneur Job Gebbia, shares how his team grew their idea, Airbnb, into a national startup the hard way: by staying lean, “doing things that don’t scale” like meeting users one at a time, and by taking one small step at a time.
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