Posts Tagged ‘innovative’



Multi-Adapter Plugs and Multi-Adapter Lives Don’t Work

On a recent trip to London, I was reminded of one thing: Electrical multi-plugs don’t work. You know the kind: the all-in-one plugs that have all the electrical adapters from countries around the world. One big block, and different plugs spring out for different countries. Like most things, they work in the store, but in the field, they break down pretty easily. That’s a lesson in most “multi” things: Read the full article »

You Won’t Always Get Credit – But Keep on Creating

In 1947, Rev. Norman Hammer invented something remarkable:  A drive in church in Southern California.  Wait a minute – I thought Robert Schuller invented that.  Nope.  It was Norman Hammer – someone you’ve probably never heard of before today.  At the time, the 36 year old pastor of Emmanuel Lutheran Church in North Hollywood drove past an outdoor movie theater and the radical thought hit him -
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Before You Ask to "Pick Somebody’s Brain" – Here’s a Few Tips

I get a lot of people calling to “pick my brain.” I don’t know what’s in there that they’re so interested in, but apparently there’s something. But after talking with a few friends who get the same requests, I’ve come up with a few things you need to be aware of before you ask:
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