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  • Patrick Farrell

    It seems our western culture places a premium on being a specialist. This comes at the cost of enjoying a diverse cognitive pool and inhibits creativity because we lack the wider vision to see similarities in seemingly disparate places.

    It's truly time to hang up our gloves on teaching children they must know for certain what they will do with their lives at the ripe old age of 12. We're lighting the fuse of urgency on the bomb of speciality that will soon explode into mediocrity.

  • Jeff Nelder

    Our insights come when we're being present- but that's not enough in and of itself. We prepare our expertise and combine this with our unique purpose and intent, within a process of failing forward, to manifest our unique purpose through our work. We can hope that it will become shared purpose if it resonates.

  • M Robinson

    I was just thinking yesterday that I feel like my true hobby is just thinking! Sometimes I'll ride in the car with the radio off or sit in my living room with the TV off, just analyzing all these different situations and possible outcomes in my mind. And all this time I thought I was just crazy :)