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Episode 080: Creative Ideas From 2012: How Did They Turn Out?

Innovation in Practice

Back in 2012, The New York Times released an article entitled “32 Innovations That Will Change Your Tomorrow.” In today’s episode, let’s turn the clock back and see how well they did as we look ahead from 2012 to today. Now the people in 2012 couldn’t possibly have predicted this pandemic.

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Less than half of people would describe themselves as creative

Idea to Value

And a series of surveys by Adobe in 2012 and 2016 show just how few people consider themselves to be creative. Here are the answers which these 5,000 people gave: As you can see, less than half of people on average (39% in 2012 and 41% in 2016) would describe themselves as creative. Are you living up to your creative potential?

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These Co-Founders Who Bet Big on Foodies Raised $133 Million to Fund Their Innovative Idea — and It's Helping Restaurants Nationwide

Entrepreneur - Innovation

Vanessa and Joe Ariel envisioned a nationwide food delivery marketplace and co-founded Goldbelly in 2012. Read about the inspiration, journey and more, here.

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Summaries of the 50 Best Business Books

Destination Innovation

This is the list of sections and book summaries: Alltime Classics How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie – 1936 Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill – 1937 The Power of Positive Thinking by Norman Vincent Peale – 1952 The One Minute Manager by Ken Blanchard and Spencer Johnson – 1981 In Search of Excellence (..)

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Top Posts of 2022

Digital Tonto

Top Posts of 2012. If anything, we’ve learned how […]. The post Top Posts of 2022 first appeared on Digital Tonto. Related posts: Top Posts of 2017. Top Posts for 2014. Top Posts Of 2020. Top Posts of 2013.

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2024: A Pivotal Year

Digital Tonto

Related posts: Why 2020 Is Shaping Up To Be A Pivotal Year 2012 – The Year of the Interface 2010 – The Year Everything Was Supposedly Dead; 2011 – The Year of Scale and Synergy Top Posts of 2009 2015: The Year The Cloud Bursts I do know that, whatever happens, it will not be the end of the story. CLICK TO READ MORE.

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Creative people are more likely to cheat

Idea to Value

Research from 2012 suggests that people with higher creativity were more likely to be dishonest than less creative people. People usually associate creativity with positive things, like producing beautiful art , scientific breakthroughs or successful new innovations. But creativity might also have a dark side.