Nonprofit Fundraising Startup iPrytaneum Selected to Join Constant Contact’s Small Business Innovation Program
iPrytaneum announced today that they have been chosen to join the Constant Contact, Inc. Small Business Innovation Program, a residency program supporting entrepreneurs and startups. - Read More
Sarasota-Bradenton Florida Gold Star Manatee Limousine Service Celebrates 23 Years in Florida’s Gulf Coast
Since 1992, visitors and residents in Florida’s Manatee County have been able to rely upon Gold Star Limousines for a memorable, pleasant, first-class limousine experience. - Read More
Inc. 500 Entrepreneur-Turned-Activist Unveils Evidence of Ancient Flying Machines and Primitive Nuclear Weapons in New Documentary Film
In 2012, a childhood obsession drew Inc. 500 entrepreneur Amish Shah to the sunken city of Dwarka, off the Indian coast. Today, his new documentary film promises to reveal never-before-seen truths that challenge not only the established history of this mysterious city, but of early human civilizations and technology. - Read More
A Secret City Beneath the Indian Ocean: Nonprofit Movement Challenges History Books in New Documentary Film, Dwarka: Atlantis of the East
Is the buried city of Dwarka the oldest civilization known to man? Did it house anachronistic technologies like flying machines and even nuclear weapons? The Ancient Explorers Movement answers these questions in the world premiere online screening of their debut documentary film, “Dwarka: Atlantis of the East”. - Read More
It is estimated that 347 million people in the world have diabetes. Traditional medicine offers no cure. However, a Bristol UK man, diagnosed as diabetic in 2001, now claims he is off all diabetes medications, and has launched a website to help others with Type 2 Diabetes. - Read More
As a culture, we embrace the try-until-you-make-it mentality. But innovation genius Stephen Shapiro points out that there are better mindsets to embrace. He dives into these mindset breakthroughs in his latest book, “Best Practices Are Stupid”.
Innovative ideas can all too easily be classified as either too abstract or too specific. But innovator extraordinaire Stephen Shapiro shows how to begin the quest for “just right” in his latest book, “Best Practices Are Stupid”.
People tend to think an expert is the be-all and end-all – the A-to-Z on an important subject. But that’s not true when it comes to innovation, says writer and innovation leader Stephen Shapiro, author of “Best Practices Are Stupid”. Expertise can actually keep business leaders from that one great idea that will push them to the top.
Many think “outside-the-box” is the bedrock of innovation. But innovation expert Stephen Shapiro, author of Best Practices Are Stupid, shows that outside-the-box isn’t king. Instead it’s a misconception that, if corrected, could lead to big organizational advancements.
One-hit wonders might be memorable. But really – they’re not respected or considered mega successful. That’s why it’s so vital to continuously innovate in big ways. Innovation expert Stephen Shapiro details this syndrome in his new book, “Best Practices Are Stupid”.
Best practices are not always about survival of the fittest. A tried and true idea does not necessarily mean it’s the best. Innovation leader Stephen Shapiro understands this truth with striking clarity and gives us his insider knowledge in his new book, “Best Practices Are Stupid”.