2014, November, 10

Look, I can skateboard on air!

When it comes to re-imagining boundaries, one of the most fun areas is the ever-present quest for new thrills.  This one is my current favorite.

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2014, November, 03

Big Splash: Forum for Partnership of the Americas

On October 8th I hosted a special, high-profile event that I have been designing and putting together for the past several months: The first ever Forum for Partnership of the Americas.  The event, which took place in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, was the opening day of the Americas Competitiveness Forum.

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2014, October, 28

Test Yourself: Are you able to escape artificial boundaries?

In theory, forward-looking people and executives embrace the idea that continuous innovation and exploration of new frontiers is an essential skill.  But how about in practice?

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2014, October, 22

The 4-minute mile: Still a point of fascination

In my book ‘Slingshot’, I draw on examples from sports to illustrate the power of overstepping self-imposed, mental limitations.  One of these is the story of the 4-minute mile – how people thought that the human body was simply not capable of running this distance in such short amount of time.

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2014, October, 16

Turning Tragedy into Triumph

Adversity is opportunity in disguise.  It is all a matter of perspective.  We can choose to see the world as a victim or as a champion.  The good news is we all have the ability to be champions, if we chose to adopt the right perspective.

One of the most powerful examples of such a transformation in perspective is the story of Mrs. Vivian Pellas – how she turned surviving a horrific plane crash into inspiration to create an exemplary hospital in Central America providing free and complete care for burnt children.

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