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  • SHOULD INNOVATION START AT THE TOP?



    Gregersen explains how great ideas arise in successful companies.



    Hal Gregersen answers this question based on the research he conducted, within which some of the most successful entrepreneurs explained how they come up with and develop innovative ideas, and how...

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  • SOCIAL ENTREPRENEUR AT THE AGE OF 10



    The lemonade that stands against child slavery.



    At the age of 10, the young Vivienne Harr can be proud of having already launched an innovative social project. But her efforts had nothing at all to do with self-pride. It all started with a...

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  • CAN AIKIDO IMPROVE YOUR PERFORMANCE AT WORK?



    How a non-violent Japanese martial art form could be the secret to handling a work crisis.



    Wendy Palmer describes the work she has been developing, which consists of a corporate leadership design based around the ideologies promoted by Aikido, a non-violent Japanese martial art. The main...

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  • WHAT MAKES A CHAMPION?



    Rolando Toro Acuña talks about leading world champions.



    Based on his experiences as a Martial Arts teacher, Rolando explain how he helps Jiu-Jitsu students become champions every year. He talks about the most crucial characteristics for achieving things...

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  • BLOOM, LOOKING BACK




    BLOOM was a unique event organized by IM Magazine devoted to personal transformation, professional development and social intervention that gathers in one day more than 30 extraordinary experts and...

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  • THE INDEX OF CHANGE



    How countries are changing and how transformational thinkers are altering the future.



    The project ‘Shaping Change’ (i.e mapping change) at the Bertelsmann Foundation, founded by Reinhard Mohn, can be divided into two structural components: the assessment of developing countries...

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  • HOW TO MOTIVATE THIS POWERFUL FORCE



    Kimmie Weeks talks about the powerful force of young people.



    He knows all about the power of youth and he shares with us the one power he would like to experience. Weeks has worked towards alleviating poverty and human suffering in Africa and around the...

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  • THE RIPPLE EFFECT



    Akhavan explains why a change of heart is the most important one.



    To change the world we must change our behavior, and to change our behavior we must have a change of heart. By touching just one person’s heart, you will have already made a difference to so many...

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  • HOW WILL CITIES BE IN THE FUTURE?



    Robin Daniels gives a possible scenario of how the future could be in sustainable cities.



    As Daniels explains, the urban population growth by 2050 forces us to rethink how cities are right now. The transformation has to be efficient and sustainable, and it’s vital that we discover...

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  • DEFEND THE ATTACKER!



    Wendy Palmer explains how this paradox will take you to a new level.



    Aikido is a way of life for Wendy Palmer. Its philosophy provided her with a set of interesting new perspectives such as ‘the goal is to protect the attacker as well as yourself’. Combined with...

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  • HOW TO CREATE ENDURING CHANGE?



    Adam Kahane shares a dramatic story set in Guatemala.



    With this profound story set in Guatemala, Kahane explains how “war is no way to resolve our most problematic group, community, and societal issues”, but neither is only love. The dramatic...

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