first when they are young we encourage them to explore the world- we give them cool things to play with, tell them fairytale stories about magic lands and superheros- who against all odds accomplish the impossible. We encourage their creativity on all levels- art, music, acting/ storytelling, reading etc. we encourage sillyness and toys because research . . . → Read More: What we do to kids by Jeannine Grillo
The point of homework is: to get parents involved in their child’s education, to reinforce learning and to provide activities for kids at home that are beneficial to their overall well being. Currently, homework does none of this well, and by well I mean without causing harm to the child’s mental health, relationship with parents and . . . → Read More: homework of the future by Jeannine Grillo
Things the US government could do to not “raise taxes,” but still stimulate the economy, based on stimulating entrepreneurship, might include the following, and I think Ayn Rand could go for these. Again, only credit and cash are constipated. Liquid are: sweat (as in “sweat equity”); knowledge, expertise, passion and interest; reputation (seen on the Balance . . . → Read More: Building Change in One Generation
With everyone on board and all hands on deck – we can build an Ellis Island to a world where equity, education, entrepreneurship, energy and getting Everyone out of grinding poverty are not mutually exclusive.
This is the next systems level of thinking, and once you see that education and entrepreneurship and innovation and saving the . . . → Read More: All Hands on Deck
A few dozen entrepreneurs who have participated in my and George Kledaras’ classes taught at the Fordham MBA school know that the following amazing thing is true. If you get twelve breathing people in a room around a table, and tell them that they have to something real, preferably something they are passionate about, starting within . . . → Read More: The Secret Sauce – making all things possible
“Most men lead lives of quiet desperation and go to the grave with the song still in them.“- Henry David Thoreau
In many ways, Thoreau’s famous quote speaks a truth for the necessity of the implementation of the Global Innovative Incubator (Gii) System in our everyday lives. Too many of us are forced through an obsolete, dogmatic . . . → Read More: Giinius Testimonials: The Truth of Gii Doing Real Good for Real People