Image credit: krakenimages.com(And Why It’s Important)“Because it’s a stupid idea. No one’s gonna go for it. Don’t you understand? It’s stupid. It’s stupid…”-Seinfeld; Season 22, Episode 7:  The InvitationsI recently presented a keynote for a conference on using “yes, and” to increase innovation. One of my main points was the importance of saying “yes, and”


Image credit: borysshevchukLast week I sent you an article about the importance of A) starting and B) asking for what you want (if you missed it you can read it here). I also mentioned that I was bad at asking and I was going to work on that. So this is me, taking my own advice,


Credit to ellandarHave you ever heard an idea so simple that it slapped you upside the head and made you think, “wow, that’s very helpful, but it can’t be THAT simple, can it?”It happened to me very recently, and my face still stings from the metaphorical slap.It happened when I read the book, Million Dollar


Image credit: steveheapDo you still use ATMs?Folks used to use them all the time to take cash out of their accounts. I rarely use them anymore, except to occasionally deposit a check without having to fill out a deposit slip. (Which feels like making me do homework to get my money. No thank you!).I saw


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“Daddy!”As a father, there are few things that bring me greater joy than simply hearing one of my kids call out, “Daddy!” to me.Usually.However…at 9pm, after they should be asleep, I am downstairs snuggled up on the couch, engrossed in a TV show, and trying to unwind after a long day of work and parenting? Not