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The Difference Between What You "Should" Do And What You "Must" Do

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This is a story about two roads: Should and Must.It’s a pep talk for anyone who’s chosen Should far too long - months, years, maybe a lifetime, and feels like it’s about time they give Must a shot.There are two paths in life: Should and Must. We arrive at this crossroads over and over again. And each time, we get to choose.
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We "must" never look back and we "must" look at the now, it is here for such a short time.
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How Robert Rodriguez is Going to Revolutionize Television By Getting Rid of The Executives

How Robert Rodriguez is Going to Revolutionize Television By Getting Rid of The Executives | Rekindling creativity in business | Scoop.it

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Using the internet and it new medium for delivering content across mass platforms with out restrictions.
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Jay Bushman: 3 keys to making a successful web series

Jay Bushman: 3 keys to making a successful web series | Rekindling creativity in business | Scoop.it
“ The creator of online video phenomenon The Lizzie Bennet Diaries shares his success secrets...”
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Learning to Be Creative

Learning to Be Creative | Rekindling creativity in business | Scoop.it
“ ” Out Of Our Minds: Learning To Be Creative” is a book I have read twice but since my first reading which was a couple of years ago, I started hunting down Ken Robinson’s works and I also read his best seller “Finding Your Element: How to Discover...”
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We must open ourselves to the new creative rush. Creativity is the last great frontier that business needs to embrace and hold on to.
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What I learned about creative thinking from Walt Disney

What I learned about creative thinking from Walt Disney | Rekindling creativity in business | Scoop.it
Think Jar Collective contributor and creativity expert Michael Michalko shares what he learned about creativity and innovation from Walt Disney.

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In today's quick score business model as new businesses arise to fill niches the  senior businesses need to head the drive to rekindle the creative side of their empires. Keeping senior staff and infusing younger employees who can take that knowledge of today's tramsmedia and merge it with senior ideas to create new innovations.

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The Art of Making Stop-Motion Magic on Vine

The Art of Making Stop-Motion Magic on Vine | Rekindling creativity in business | Scoop.it

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Vine and stop motion.
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“Transmedia is a word for old people”

“Transmedia is a word for old people” | Rekindling creativity in business | Scoop.it

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Us old folks still like the word transmedia. Great insight!
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The Secret Power Of The Generalist - And How They'll Rule The Future

The Secret Power Of The Generalist - And How They'll  Rule The Future | Rekindling creativity in business | Scoop.it
We’ve become a society that’s data rich and meaning poor. A rise in specialists in all areas - science, math, history, psychology - has resulted in tremendous content. But how valuable is that knowledge without context? Despite the corporate world’s insistence on specialization, the workers most likely to come out on top are generalists - but not just because of their innate ability to adapt to new workplaces, job descriptions or cultural shifts. Instead, according to writer Carter Phipps, author of Evolutionaries generalists will thrive in a culture where it’s becoming increasingly valuable to know “a little bit about a lot.” Meaning that where you fall on the spectrum of specialist to generalist could be one of the most important aspects of your personality - and your survival in an ever-changing workplace.
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A sound argument for the new work world. Generalist have become the mice of industry. We are generalist hear us roar. Who says it's not good to know a lot of a little of a lot. Hmm?
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Robert Pratten: "Between 2014 and 2015 we’re going to see an explosion in creativity in Transmedia Storytelling"

Robert Pratten: "Between 2014 and 2015 we’re going to see an explosion in creativity in Transmedia Storytelling" | Rekindling creativity in business | Scoop.it

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