Empowerment is a buzzword today, and for good reason. Not feeling empowered is not always the fault of the powers-that-be, often our attitude is the problem. One should innovate, and not allow procrastination to be the new excuse.
MANY OF US WILL remember for years to come the moment when we learned the news that Steve Jobs had died.
For me, it was somehow strangely sublime; I was attending a conference on innovation in South Korea when I received the news about the death of one of the greatest innovators of our time. And I saw the news, of course, on Twitter, the Internet innovation which has in turn transformed the way we approach communication and information.
But I do not want to add to the thousands of Steve Jobs eulogies available for reading online. Nor will I write about lessons his life has taught us.
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