If You’re The 1st Responder To New Ideas, You Have A Critical Job

You only get a moment — just after the question is asked, when the air around us is charged with raw curiosity (packaged and delivered in the usual form), to utter a response.

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You get a moment to choose.

Your decision influences the dynamic of talk and wonder, whether you like it or not.

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Helping people re-discover the curiosity they had when they were 6 years old; designing learning that uses that curiosity to change the world around us.

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Tom Barrett

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Helping people re-discover the curiosity they had when they were 6 years old; designing learning that uses that curiosity to change the world around us.

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