Citati iz knjige „Insight Out“ autora Tina Seelig

Mohd Haleem Razi
Mohd Haleem Razije citiraoпре 3 месеца
And third is a clear road map for moving from inspiration to implementation.

Mind map

Mohd Haleem Razi
Mohd Haleem Razije citiraoпре 3 месеца
second is a specific set of tools for solving problems and taking advantage of opportunities that you inevitably encounter along the way

2nd motivation

Mohd Haleem Razi
Mohd Haleem Razije citiraoпре 3 месеца
entrepreneurial mind-set that allows you to see the world as opportunity-rich.

Motivator 1

Mohd Haleem Razi
Mohd Haleem Razije citiraoпре 3 месеца
Thirty years later, I believe there are three crucial elements needed to build a bridge to the future you want to create:

Maturing?

denismustajbasic
denismustajbasicje citiraoпре 9 месеци
We so often listen but don’t really hear, touch without really feeling, look without really seeing
denismustajbasic
denismustajbasicje citiraoпре 9 месеци
looking at something briefly doesn’t necessarily mean really seeing
denismustajbasic
denismustajbasicje citiraoпре 9 месеци
First, passion follows engagement. You can best envision what you hope to accomplish after experiences that pique your imagination.
Aleksander Pestryakov
Aleksander Pestryakovje citiraoпрошле године
Attitudes and Actions of the Invention Cycle
• Imagination requires engagement and the ability to envision alternatives.
• Creativity requires motivation and experimentation to address a challenge.
• Innovation requires focusing and reframing to generate unique solutions.
• Entrepreneurship requires persistence and the ability to inspire others.

I don’t have the last part, perhaps it is the gap that I need to fill in

Aleksander Pestryakov
Aleksander Pestryakovje citiraoпрошле године
our actions lead to our passion, not the other way around.

What if we are trying to crest a better version of ourselves, what then ?

Aleksander Pestryakov
Aleksander Pestryakovje citiraoпрошле године
Mark Runco and Garrett Jaeger of the Torrance Creativity Center at the University of Georgia, reviewed the range of scholarly definitions for creativity in a Creativity Research Journal article titled “The Standard Definition of Creativity.” In summary, they write, “Creativity requires both originality and effectiveness. . . . Originality is vital for creativity but is not sufficient. . . .
Aleksander Pestryakov
Aleksander Pestryakovje citiraoпрошле године
Sir Ken Robinson, an expert in this field, notes that “creative ideas don’t have to be original to the whole world, but they must be original to you, and they must have value.”
☁️ ursula ☁️
☁️ ursula ☁️je citiraoпрошле године
Power is your perception of your ability to affect the world around you. Whether this be through raw physical power, or large amounts of money, influence, expertise, intelligence, high social status and so forth. We look for clues of power in the person’s appearance, in others’ reaction to that person, but most of all in the person’s demeanor in their body language. . . . The MIT Media Lab was able to predict the outcome of negotiations, sales calls, and business plan pitches with 87% accuracy without listening to a single word of content, only by analyzing the voice fluctuation and the facial expression of the person pitching.
☁️ ursula ☁️
☁️ ursula ☁️je citiraoпрошле године
Presence, Olivia says, is the core of charisma. We all recognize when we’re with someone who is distracted and clearly not present. This lack of focus instantly destroys his or her charisma. Think of how you feel when someone looks at his or her cell phone in the middle of a conversation, or glances over your shoulder to see if there is someone more important in the room. Those with presence never do such things. They behave as though you are the only person in the room, and everyone and everything else has evaporated. No one can fake presence, because it’s obvious if a person isn’t fully engaged.
☁️ ursula ☁️
☁️ ursula ☁️je citiraoпрошле године
One of the speakers was Sorrel King, who had lost her daughter to a preventable medical error. Her impassioned plea to never let this happen again ignited the audience’s enthusiasm and mobilized them to adopt the six simple practices. This, in turn, saved over one hundred thousand lives. This is an example of a hot cause (saving lives), followed by a cool solution (washing hands).
☁️ ursula ☁️
☁️ ursula ☁️je citiraoпрошле године
As earlier scenes are revealed, the audience realizes that their interpretations of what happened before are all wrong. Both of these tales remind us that we’re always interpreting everything, and continually composing a story that holds our interpretations together.
☁️ ursula ☁️
☁️ ursula ☁️je citiraoпрошле године
According to Chip and Dan Heath, coauthors of Made to Stick, there are several core principles for stories that are really compelling (and thus “sticky”). The stories must be easy to understand, have a surprising element, and be both believable and emotionally charged. We’re drawn in by these stories and want to pass them on to others.
☁️ ursula ☁️
☁️ ursula ☁️je citiraoпрошле године
Duckworth and her colleagues have also found that grit is strengthened when people are taught that frustration and mistakes are a natural part of the learning process, not signs that you should give up. When I told the students in my class that it was supposed to be challenging to generate one hundred solutions to a problem, they were much more likely to succeed. This simple statement helped build their grit.
☁️ ursula ☁️
☁️ ursula ☁️je citiraoпрошле године
By the end of the second round of work, the students’ acceptance transforms into appreciation. Deep down they knew that they hadn’t pushed far enough the first time, and that there was much room for improvement in their ideas, prototypes, and presentations. By the end of the course, many of the students rate this as one of their favorite assignments. They report that they’ve learned the importance of pushing past the point when they thought they were done, in order to persist and deliver their best work. If the course were longer, I could give the same assignment again and again and again. Each repetition would reveal a new wave of ideas and insights, and even better results.
☁️ ursula ☁️
☁️ ursula ☁️je citiraoпрошле године
Look at the goals you have for yourself and come up with a list of crazy ways in which you could accomplish them. Figure out how you might make those ideas work in reality.
☁️ ursula ☁️
☁️ ursula ☁️je citiraoпрошле године
digging deep and uncovering those assumptions, you’re then able to start challenging them. I routinely run an exercise with students and executives in which I give teams a list of industries, from airlines to zoos, and ask them to list all their assumptions about one of those industries. Then I ask them to turn those assumptions upside down, imagining what would happen if the opposite were true.
fb2epub
Prevucite i otpustite datoteke (ne više od 5 odjednom)