Back when I had the Orwellian title of "Head of Knowledge and Innovation" in corporate America, I read a lot of books on innovation. My favorite one was written by Elon Musk's PayPal co-founder, Peter Thiel: Zero to One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build the Future.
In this book, Peter Thiel asserts a new definition of innovation: that it is a secret, something inherently doable but hard to do, and something that answers a question that no one has really asked yet. He was
I don’t know about you guys, but I’ve been binging a bunch of Netflix’s new true crime docuseries: Worst Roommate Ever, Bad Vegan, and the Puppet Master, to name just a few. I also stumbled upon the podcast Twin Flames, centering around an internet cult (and pyramid scheme, as per usual) that promises to be able to connect people with their twin flame- i.e. their soulmate. I had immersed myself in this strange, strange but very real world, and I started to think about the cor