Innovation and Entrepreneurial Leadership Visual
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I’ve been using my performance, life, innovation and entrepreneurial leadership tools in my speaking programs, private performance and life consulting, and coaching. This tool among other concepts and tools appear in my Entrepreneurial Thinking Tools manual, Your Raise The Bar: Mental Performance Tools workbooks for business/education, sports, and Winning At Entrepreneurship. There are more resources to help you at http://www.MotivateResults.com.
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“Brain, heart, and muscle power. Not willpower.” – Raj Gavurla
“Everyone is smart. What do you want to study?” – Raj Gavurla
Which one of the NAE Grand Challenges For Engineering is most important to you? I selected two because one is essential to the other thirteen. Combined they have the greatest impact. They are Advance Personalized Learning and Engineer Better Medicines. Which ones do you want to fund?
Advance Personalized Learning
Make Solar Energy Economical
Enhance Virtual Reality
Reverse-Engineer The Brain
Engineer Better Medicines
Advance Health Informatics
Restore and Improve Urban Infrastructure
Provide Access To Clean Water
Provide Energy From Fusion
Prevent Nuclear Terror
Manage The Nitrogen Cycle
Develop Carbon Sequestration Methods
Engineer The Tools To Scientific Discovery
I selected Advance Personalized Learning because learning, its application, learn how to learn is the catalyst to transform performance, innovation, and/or entrepreneurial leadership and to live a robust life. I selected Engineer Better Medicines because of devastating side effects, allergic reactions, and to eschew medical hardship and emergency room visits.
Engineers are developing new systems to use genetic information, sense small changes in the body, assess new drugs, and deliver vaccines.
Doctors have long known that people differ in susceptibility to disease and response to medicines. But, with little guidance for understanding and adjusting to individual differences, treatments developed have generally been standardized for the many, rather than the few.
“The best way to predict the future is to create it.” – Raj Gavurla
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