Cube57 – Your Dream v1.0

There are many paths one can take to make their dreams. This cube looks at several options out there through ideas and stories of how the world has worked.

Part of the cube is the video embedded below by The Fund for American Studies, is covers the first and last part of the cube. In between is a slightly different viewpoint (or is it?) from Derek Sivers‘ book Anything You Want

 

Both stories being told have similarities and differences.

 

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[youtube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0FB0EhPM_M4&rel=0&showsearch=1&w=600]

 

Starting Questions:

  1. What is a similarity of the approach for building an organization both suggested?
  2. If you could summaries a plan or strategy  for building a company, what would some first steps be for each?
  3. Are you trying to serve too many people, or do too much too fast?

Cube26 – Do Your Best

James Lipton on Inside the Actors Studio dives into the serious business of entertainment. An industry, like many others, is not an exact science & people are just trying to find a great path to their goals. This cube features James Lipton interviewing Conan O’Brian in 2009, before he replaced Jay Leno on The Tonight Show.

Conan mixes humor, wisdom, and experience into an interview great for anyone.

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Starting Questions:

  1. When you discover that someone else is human (does not know everything) how does that effect you?
  2. How many stories of other people have you discovered in the last week? month? year?
  3. How do you work to improve your production? How does Conan?
  4. … … what questions came to your mind as you listened?