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How to Remember How Powerful You Are

Robin Sharma reminds us that we were each born into greatness and that no evidence exists to suggest otherwise.
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Great Quotes for Hard Times

Robin Sharma shares the 8 quotes that inspire him amid times of deep change and epic uncertainty.
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Questioning Skills that help the cause of Ideation

Why did you come late? Why can’t you do this? Is there someone who can give me a better idea? Who among you can solve this issue?  This is a simple concept. Who among you has not understood the problem? What is the capital of Mongolia?
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What were the most ridiculous startup ideas that eventually became successful?

From: Recommended by: Balaji Pasumarthy   Fascinating that such successful companies might have looked ridiculous when they got started. Interesting discussion on Quora, make one wonder how to
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How good is your idea?

From: Recommended by: Balaji Pasumarthy  by Rakesh Kochhar Ideas are a dime a dozen, yet an idea is like a seed which can grow into a large enterprise. This nicely written article shows
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Creativity - How to get ideas flowing

An elderly man was harassed every afternoon by a group of kids on their way home from school. They'd ring his doorbell and run, or taunt him while he was working in his garden, or throw things at his house. He shouted at them, and thought about
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More street-smart ideas for success

Sometimes the columns that get the biggest reaction are those that offer the simplest advice. A couple weeks ago I wrote about street-smart ideas and was inundated with requests for more. A few readers shared their ideas too. Because I truly believe
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TED Blog | The 20 most-watched TED Talks as of August 2012

From: Recommended by: Anil Gracias The 20 most-watched TED Talks, the best of the best talks. Sir Ken Robinson says schools kill creativity talk tops the list, insightful and entertaining at
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The Rest of the David-Goliath Story

From: Recommended by: Ramesh Dasary David versus Goliath is the quintessential story of winning in the face of insurmountable challenges. Most know the story of the
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The Fallacy of the Great Idea

“Many entrepreneurs feel that they cannot start a business without a great idea. They believe it will be impossible to succeed without a completely new concept, as the market will already be cornered by established businesses. Only by