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"The source of all learning and wisdom stems from a single word: why."
-- Persian proverb
|At the Source|
The Book: Source: The Inner Path of Knowledge Creation
Why Read It? Author Joseph Jaworski continues the journey that he began in his bestseller Synchronicity. This time, his search focuses on identifying the Source from which innovation, creativity, and knowledge flow. We all experience such moments and can make incredible progress when we are in the midst of them, but we don't know where this inspiration comes from or how to manually access it.
In an extraordinarily wide-ranging intellectual odyssey, Jaworski relates his fascinating experiences with quantum physicists, cognitive scientists, indigenous leaders, and spiritual thinkers, all focused on getting to the heart of the Source. Ultimately, he develops four guiding principles that encompass the nature of the Source and what we need to do to stay in dynamic dialogue with it.Read an excerpt here and buy the book for 30% off.
For review and media copies, please contact Cynthia Shannon.
|The Source of Innovation|
In this issue of the Communiqu?, we explore how to locate the source of innovation and knowledge so that we can do our best work in our professional and personal lives.
For this issue, Joseph Jaworski provides Four Principles You Must Understand in Order to Locate the Source.
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|I'm Bonnie Kaufman, BK's Digital Community Builder and Editorial Associate. I practically live online (when I'm not watching dogs playing fetch with themselves) and am always finding interesting stories and features. Here are some recent favorites:|
1. Not looking so good: Appearance-based bias in online micro-lending.
2. New York Magazine investigates something near and dear to my heart: Foodie-ism as youth culture.
3. Operation Midnight Climax: This SF Weekly story about the CIA dosing citizens with L.S.D. is as crazy as it sounds.
4. Another way in which The Hunger Games movie is making news? Exposing youth racism.
5. Important news from West Yorkshire, UK: Choking dog saves his own life.
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And if you enjoyed the last newsletter's suggestion for creating chaos in your town, then you'll have no issues with brutally quieting the screaming beans.
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Real fear is being at someone else's house and flushing their toilet after use only to see the water level rising. This and other
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