Am sharing with you this Weekender that was sent out a while back. It is about the book, Imagine, that seemed a perfect fit with our focus on Innovation through Imagination. Indeed it was. Sadly however, the author, Jonah Lehrer, was discovered to have been guilty of plagiarism and attributing quotations inappropriately. He ended up resigning from his position at the New Yorker and then subsequently was terminated at Wired.com. I had even met him at the Aspen Ideas fest having attended his talk on the subject of creativity. Continue reading
- The entire event reached a higher level of conversation because of the inclusion of discussions regarding larger global and geopolitical issues from speakers such as Philippe Bourguignon and Former President Jose Maria Figueres-Olsen, etc. Continue reading
Everyone is born creative. However, for many of us – whether it is from a fear of failure or from past criticisms – our innate creativity goes dormant.
The good news? It’s easy to wake up and get it going again! Learning some practical techniques to stimulate your creativity and imagination is the perfect jumpstart. Continue reading
If you aren’t quite sure how to answer that question, consider this very bold reply below, which was in response to one of the five questions posed to delegates planning to attend the upcoming Global Spa and Wellness Summit (GSWS) in Aspen, Colorado:
What do you see as the main innovations in the spa/wellness industry (existing and future)? Continue reading