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Revolutions Don’t Begin With a Slogan, They Begin With A Cause

Digital Tonto

Ukrainian President Volodomyr Zelenski has been compared to great orators like Winston Churchill. In the English House of Commons, he vowed to fight “in the forests, in the fields, on the shores, in. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]].

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The 3 Student Entrepreneur Personas

Innovation Excellence

GUEST POST from Arlen Meyers, M.D. Healthcare professional schools, healthcare innovation and entrepreneurship education, and training programs are growing. However, one question is should they be required or elective? The medical student persona has changed in the past several years.


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Episode 098: What Can We Learn From Doctors and Their Creative Approaches to Disease?

Innovation in Practice

What can doctors teach us about creativity? People in the medical field actually have a lot of knowledge and experience around innovation. Because they deal with uncertainty daily. Doctors often take risks and make decisions all in the face of uncertainty.

The Internet Is All Wrong


What is the true motivation behind the creation of the internet? Wasn’t it intended to link every human in the world to every other human on the planet, and maybe even lead us into a future where all people will be able to comprehend one another better?

New Ways to Reach, Influence, and Close More Deals with Intent Data

Speaker: Ardath Albee, B2B Marketing Strategist and CEO of Marketing Interactions

Acting on intent data when applied to buyer context can be a game-changer for gaining attention by increasing relevance, which drives purposeful engagement toward purchase. But all intent data is not the same. In this webinar, learn the difference between interest and intent, and the best ways to use the right data.


Idea Champions

"There are no right answers to wrong questions." -- Ursula Le Guin. Effective team leaders sometimes suffer from the "monkey on the back syndrome" -- taking on other people's problems when, in fact, they need to be helping those other people solve their own problems.