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Innovation

  • Kids’ Creativity: Two Important Questions for Parents to Consider

    Parents typically want to encourage their children’s creative expression. However, uncertainties and misconceptions about creativity abound. Here are two questions that merit thought and discussion—along with ideas so parents can foster kids’ creativity to the fullest.

  • Mind the Creativity Gap

    For more than a decade, leaders across industries and across the globe have identified creativity as the most important skill and strategic imperative in a world where constant change is the new normal. But their actions don't follow their words. There are 7 key reasons that needs to change.

  • Want To Innovate? Science Says, “Be Spontaneous”

    People think too much to be spontaneous, which leads to paralysis by analysis, but innovators think spontaneously and even impulsively.

  • Imagine

    We have a natural resource we are not using. It is the most valuable resource we have, and the one that makes us who we are, yet, we fail to use it to its full extent: our Imagination.

  • Want To Innovate? Science Says, “Persist”

    Innovators are passionate about and committed to their goals, which compels them to persist physically and mentally. They never quit and continue even when they experience challenges, setbacks, or failures, which is the biggest difference between innovators and non-innovators. To develop the persistent attitude, one of the 27 characteristics found in the greatest innovators, research says follow this.

  • Want To Innovate? Science Says, “Daydream”

    The greatest innovators in the world often daydream, and this characteristic can be credited with making their innovation possible. To develop the daydreaming attitude, one of the 27 characteristics found in the greatest innovators, research says follow this.

  • Ten Key Innovation Signals to Better Serve the Cognitive & Brain Health Needs of an Aging Population

    These are Ten Important Signals to help Reinvent Brain Health in the Digital Age we live in.

  • What Does It Take to Be A ‘Best-Selling Author’? Exactly $3 And 5 Minutes

    All you need to do to publish a best-selling book is take a selfie of your foot. Seriously.

  • Does Science Say Smart People Are Creative?

    When I moved to America, I was happy that my children would not experience the "exam hell" that Asian children endure. Alas, they had to experience standardized testing "nightmares" because of the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB). The intention behind NCLB was to make all children “smart,” but instead, it pressed no child ahead, curious, or creative. It resulted in smart test-taking skills, not worthwhile skills. Colleges and graduate schools increasingly admit smart test-takers, leaving future innovators behind. Meanwhile, testing companies increasingly get richer.

  • 10 Priorities to Reinvent Brain Health in the Digital Age

    How could we (and should we) adapt Brain Health to the realities and opportunities in the Digital Age?