Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Life at the Border

"Life at the border is the most interesting. Physically traveling puts you at the borders of the world and literally provides cultural contrasts. But I wonder if we could extend this idea to thinking. We all need to have a "home" somewhere -- that is, a few core strengths, an industry we understand, a customer segment that's familiar -- but increasingly leaving home and thinking at the border is necessary. Spend time in new industries. Take new kinds of risks. Most important, expose yourself to new kinds of people." Read more here.

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