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Adapting, Creativity, and the Future of Work

The world is ever changing. We have gone from mobile phones having only 1740kb of memory to smartphones being able to do everything except bake a roast. There was a time when store catalogs would arrive in our physical mailboxes. Now catalogs, magazines, periodicals, and more are mostly digital. You...

Cognitive Diversity and Shifting Perspectives

When we hear the word diversity, we often think of demographic diversity. The top-four common associations with diversity are generally race, ethnicity, gender, and sexual orientation. However, cognitive diversity is just as important as demographic diversity. Cognitive diversity simply refers to how someone thinks: opinions, world views, beliefs, and styles...

The Pain, Power and Paradox of Bias

She looked to the left and then to the right.  There was only one seat open. Stuck in a busy airport, Sejal needed to eat before her next flight. With only one spot open in the bustling dining area, she quickly glanced to the person sitting to the left of...

A Workforce Shift From Puzzles to Mysteries

What’s the difference between a puzzle and a mystery? When you’re in school, you’re asked to solve puzzles. You are given problems that, with enough information, you can solve them and they have one right answer. But now, in this climate, we’re in a world of mysteries. These are types...
Creativity, Leadership September 23, 2020

Taking The Time To Think

Yes, our podcast Create and Grow Rich was inspired by Napoleon Hill’s ‘Think and Grow Rich’. Not only was it a catchy title but we firmly believe in the statement. Your ability to think, create and conjure up ideas affects your professional outlook and your ability to discover solutions. And...