Follow His Journey on Innovation

If you have not had the opportunity to follow Grant Lichtman’s educational journey across the country, do not waste another day.  I have been inspired by the various levels of innovation he has highlighted in his blog, The Learning Pond.  At minimum, any...
Tell Me Something

Tell Me Something

Today, I launched “Tell Me Something” on the Founders Campus (Preschool-6). Don’t worry Glenn Campus (7-12) students, I will be giving you the opportunity to tell me something in the near future. Today, common topics discussed were Halloween,...

Fallacy of High Achievers

Leonard Medlock(@thelock85) addressed the innovative crowd at the Design Thinking Summit about what he calls the “fallacy of high achievers.” He will take you through his journey as a dreamer at an early age to his time at Duke, IBM, and Stanford. Hearing...

Stop Talking, Start Innovating

March 2012, I had the privilege of addressing the dynamic audience at the nationally recognized Design Thinking Summit 2012.  This discussion does not make a case for change because change on a global scale has already passed us by — technology, financial...

Invoke The Maynard Rule

Throughout history, rules have been introduced into our society.  Hands down, the greatest is the Golden Rule — treat others how you would want to be treated.  Consider others…. 80/20 Rule – “roughly 80% of the effects come from 20% of the...