The Future Of Business Is Romantic Tim Leberecht, NEXT 15, September 24, 2015 @timleberecht


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The Future Of Business Is Romantic Tim Leberecht, NEXT 15, September 24, 2015 @timleberecht


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“To romanticize the world is to make us aware of its magic, mystery, and wonder; it is to educate the senses to see the ordinary as extraordinary, the familiar as strange, the mundane as sacred, the finite as infinite.” Novalis


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Subjectivity Suffering Mystery Emotion Transcendence Ephemerality Inconsistency Serendipity Ambiguity Unpredictability


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Subjectivity Suffering Mystery Emotion Transcendence Ephemerality Inconsistency Serendipity Ambiguity Unpredictability Focus Features


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1. Find the Big in the Small 2. Keep the Mystique 3. Suffer (a Little) Rules of Enchantment


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1. Find the Big in the Small “The opposite of loneliness is not togetherness, it's intimacy.”  Richard Bach


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“A smile is a door half-open and half-closed.” Jennifer Egan 2. Keep the Mystique


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Surprise Industries


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Soundonsight.org -


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Dezeen Asf.cz L.A. Weeekly


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3. Suffer (a Little) “But I don’t want comfort. I want God, I want poetry, I want real danger, I want freedom, I want goodness. I want sin.” Aldous Huxley, Brave New World


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Huffington Post


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1. Find the Big in the Small 2. Keep the Mystique 3. Suffer (a Little) Rules of Enchantment


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Ephemerality over permanence Uniqueness over scale Ambiguity over clarity Serendipity over predictability Generosity over efficiency Inconsistency over reliability Emotion over reason Danger over data Subjectivity over objective truth Un-Quantified Self over Quantified Self


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Humanize business Feel more Feel good Do good


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“People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” Maya Angelou Maya Angelou


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Soft factors Hard facts © he2be


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Soft factors Hard facts © he2be


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“To begin, begin.” William Wordsworth


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@timleberecht [email protected] www.timleberecht.com Thank you!


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