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Bernie Sanders describes his 'radical idea'

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"The American people are

"The American people are saying 'no' to a rigged economy," said Sen. Bernie Sanders, after the Iowa caucuses put him and Hillary Clinton in a tie for Iowa's delegates on Feb. 1, 2016.

He touted the "radical idea" of creating an economy that works for working families, not just the billionaire class.

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5_37 Practices_Radical Reframing Reflections

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Radical Reframing

Radical Reframing Reflection:

Verses 12-21 Taking unfavorable circumstances on the path

Includes brief follow up discussion

Session 5

Weekend Course

Hosted by Lama Yeshe House


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Root Text of 37 Practices of a Bodhisattva: https://www.lotsawahouse.org/tibetan-masters/gyalse-thogme-zangpo/37-practices-all-bodhisattvas

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Radical Ideas From The World's Smartest Minds | David Rowan | Talks at Google

6 925 views | 13 Dec. 2019

David Rowan:

David Rowan: "Non-Bullshit Innovation: Radical Ideas from the World’s Smartest Minds" | Talks at Google

David Rowan, former editor-in-chief of Wired UK, talks about the innovation (or lack thereof!) that he has seen across his time working for Wired magazine. He joins us afterwards for a short Q+A.

Moderated by Jack Hidary.

Get the book here: https://goo.gle/2CHJkag.

About the book: David Rowan travels the globe in search of the most exciting and pioneering startups building the future. He's got to know the founders of WhatsApp, LinkedIn, Google, Spotify, Xiaomi, Didi, Nest, Twitter and countless other ambitious entrepreneurs disrupting businesses in almost every sector. And yet too often the companies they're disrupting don't get it. They think they can innovate through jargon: with talk of change agents and co-creation gurus, ideas portals and webinars, make-a-thons and hackfests, paradigm shifts and pilgrimages to Silicon Valley. It's mostly pointless innovation thejackatre - corporate nonsense that has little to do with delivering real change. But during this quest he's also discovered some genuinely exciting and transformative approaches to innovation, often in places you might least expect.


Incredible talk.


I'm about getting tired of this foul language coming from corporate. First Regina's cussfest now this.

Valerie makumire

I think Ocado is also a good example of a company that has innovated well in their space. They are now the company that other companies come to for automated warehouse systems.


1. Empower your team [8:15] (eg. supercells, no boss, let intuition rise from team and be absolutely unhindered)
2. Design a service [20:18] (in a world dominated by products, redefine your business as a service)
3. Build an ecosystem [15:10] (with other businesses and profit on strategic partnership)
4. Embrace unmet needs [18:45]
5. Build cognitive diversity [22:05] (put the origami expert in the robot team)
6. Be agile [24:58] (with small, independant, irreverent teams)
7. Find your blind spots [27:22] (proactively search where you haven't been looking)
8. Enable collisions [29:37] (enable cross-fertilization of ideas from diverse elements)
9. Embrace the tech ([31:50] (how could an app, a smart frypan and digital access to a world-class chef transform learning to cook?)
10: Exploit a crisis [34:01] (well solved failures can lead to business transformation)