We do not hold on to our original idea out of sheer stubbornness, or because our ego is tied up with its rightness. Instead, we move with what presents itself to us in the moment, exploring and exploiting different branches and contingencies. We thus manage to turn feathers into flying material. The difference then is not in some initial creative power of the brain, but in how we look at the world and the fluidity with which we can reframe what we see. Creativity and adaptability are inseparable. — Robert Greene, Mastery
At the end of the day, it’s all about taking action! So go and do!
“Entrepreneurship is more about the actions you take, not the person you are. If you take action, you are ahead of the vast majority of people, who talk about entrepreneurship, but never build anything.”
- Anna Vital, Funders and Founders
Building a Science Park worth P22.44M in Zamboanga -
Inspired by the travelling exhibits of the Science Centrum, Zamboanga Mayor Celso Lobregat decided to build the very first science park in Zamboanga City.
“The proposed park will be constructed in the 1,828-square-meter lot adjacent to the City Museum and right behind the laminar jets fountain, where the statue of the late Mayor Maria Clara Lobregat is located.
The park will house 56 exhibits such as the Pipes of Pan, Van de Graff generator, Pedal generator, Bernoulli Blower, Laser Harp, Musical Tunnel, Wonder House and a lot more.” -Sunstar.com.ph
PhilDev Blog -
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Seth Godin, Marketing Guru, on what an elevator pitch should really do. From his blog: sethgodin.typepad.com.
Sequoia Capital: How to Choose Your Startup Idea -
Tackle a small market (that’s going to be big eventually), look for bizarre behavior, and other great advice for those developing startups.
Editor’s note: This is a guest post on TechCrunch by Greg McAdoo. Greg’s interests include collaborative consumption, the cloud infrastruture and the post-PC era. He currently works with companies like Airbnb, Bump, Songkick and Y Combinator.