Zipcar founder Robin Chase shares how she comes up with her ideas, and explains the importance of starting with a “minimum viable product” when launching a business. She appeared at Stanford Graduate School of Business as part of the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies’ E-Provocateurs lecture series on April 23, 2013.
Meditation. It’s unequivocally awesome. But it can also get a little more esoteric than necessary. Enter: How to meditate without moving to the Himalayas! Here are my Top 10 Big Ideas on the nuts and bolts of how to create a great, sustainable practice.
Raphael Diluzio is a serial creative artist, entrepreneur and professor. He is currently developing two start-ups, creating a new program in Design Science at USM, while still maintaining his studio practice. His art is centered in visual image making, primarily in the relation between traditional studio art and digital time-based media. His interest lies in reconnecting a historical praxis in painting with technology. The result is live digital performances, time-based projected paintings, installation, and visualization. Raphael actively writes and publishes his theories on, Creative Intelligence, Design Science, working in a time-based medium as well as critically examining how these emerging media affect our culture. He currently resides in Maine.
What you can do or dream you can do, begin it. For boldness has genius, power and magic in it.
~~Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe