I’m having a blast with our new campaign, Doctor Good’s Bad Review. The campaign is generating awareness among medical professionals that their online ratings could be attacked at any time. The solution is to stop attacks early with Review Report Card.
Every so often, I like to take a late night walk on Moonlight Beach and get lost in thought.
Tonight, I asked, “What is mastery?”
I came up with an intellectual definition (as opposed to a spiritual, physical or emotional one). Mastery is being able to see the details within the big picture–not just the details or the big picture but both.
FYI – here’s a tip for Internet Explorer users. If you’re seeing the web in Black and White (or Grayscale), it’s probably not a bug. You’re not actually missing color in Internet Explorer. The chances are, it’s a simple Accessibility setting that needs to be unchecked: “Ignore colors specified on webpages.”
You can fix the Internet Explorer Black White Bug by following these steps.
Step 1: Press Alt and then select Tools > Internet Options.
A powerful technique for open ended, creative problem solving involves representing your goal as an object. Surround it with questions. Attach actions to the questions. You can also put a “delta” symbol in front of the questions, to stimulate change actions.