Archive for the 'creative thinking' Category

The Unacknowledged Ingredient of Innovation

May 24, 2009

What is the key for innovation? Read John Caddell’s post from this link.

Are you Problem Solver or Persuader?

May 18, 2009

The approach you choose makes all the difference in the result you get.

First Peek at Finland’s Rising Photographer

May 11, 2009

I was pointed to some amazing pics. Go to see this rare collection of a newborn photographer and designer in Finland.

Click to visit  http://www.flickr.com/photos/lauripietro

Business Model Revolution of the Internet

May 5, 2009

Here is an interesting post by Seth Godin about business models. Go check it out.

999 Business Ideas For Free

April 13, 2009

Seth Godin’s six month alternative MBA program is running in New York. He is training a very lucky bunch of talented people to become his apprentices. Seth’s group of students has done a great deal of brainstorming and came up with 999 business ideas. The ideas are free to use so take a look. Here’s a link.

Would you use # 917?

The Last Book You Will Ever Have To Read

March 22, 2009

Are you lazy and incompetent? If you are anything like the rest of us, there is a fair chance that you enjoy staying inside your comfort zone more than you enjoy moving outside from it. When it comes to reading books we tend postpone it as long as possible. Even when we know that the book would be useful and interesting. What if I told you that there is a book which is the last book you will ever have to read? Would you bother to read the introduction of it? If your answer is yes, there is still hope.

I’m not reffering to bible or any other religious book. Although this book has touched directly to 20 million people. You have been effected as well by its influence through those millions of people. This all has happened without you even noticing, and there lies the beauty and secret of it.

The book is Dale Carnegie’s How To Win Friends & Influence People. Do yourself a favor and read it. I promise you can go through your whole life knowing that you don’t need to read another book.