Innovation Weblog offers an excellent quote by Gary Hamel: “Today you can buy knowledge by the pound — from consultants hawking best practice, from the staff you’ve just hired from your competitor, and from all those companies that hope you will outsource everything. Yet in the age of revolution it is not knowledge that produces new wealth, but insight — insight into opportunities for discontinuous innovation. Discovery is the journey; insight is the destination. You must become your own seer.”
Brad Feld lists out questions from a friend which we should all answer:
* What were the significant events of the year?
* What were my accomplishments?
* What trips did I take?
* Who was I closest to?
* What significant reading did I do?
* What gave me joy?
* In what ways did I grow?
* What personal gifts did I use to serve this year?
* What did I learn this year?
* What in my life is dying (literally or figuratively)?
* What in my life is rising (literally or figuratively)?
* What are my goals for the next year?
Reuben has compiled a list of resources.