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To ask the right questions, we need the right information, based on the right premise. And we need to know what is the actual outcome we want to achieve. Once you know where you want to go, you can plan the best path for getting there.
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Greetings once again from Prague. I came here to launch the Czech edition of Mad Genius and wanted to share some thoughts from my conversation with the crowd.
People here still look to the government to deliver their prosperity and success. That’s a big mistake, and one you also see in the U.K., U.S. and many other places.
Odds are, the person you mistreated will cross your path again, and you will have a chance to make things right. Or if not, you will find another way, to pay it forward with someone else.
This is all part of the delicious roller coaster ride of life. The victories are sweetened by the failures that led to them. The moment you realize this, is the moment you break free. Your two lives become one, and you move forward through the good and the bad, moving toward your dreams.
Mad Genius starts with a decision. The decision to tap your genius is about thinking in new and different ways. It happens when you refuse to accept “no” and decide to find a way. Even when there isn’t a way.
When you empower your team to create a possibility, a whole different, forward-looking perspective is created. What we’re really talking about is your ability to see the intangible. That’s what Steve Jobs and Apple did with the iPad. The iPad didn’t really solve a problem and no one was asking for it. But Apple created a possibility: a product that as soon as people saw, they wanted to have it.
Why is conventional thinking (and culture) so backward and innovation killing? Why is the default setting almost always, “that’s impossible,” or “it just can’t be done”? Why are millions of people simply incapable of practicing critical thinking?