“Most of us spend our lives acting rationally in response to a world we recognise and understand but which no longer exists.” 

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  1. David Cuevas says:

    Heard your Ted talk today…. Super Awesome!!!

  2. Marc Binkley says:

    Hi guys,

    I wanted to thank you for keeping an open-door to the monthly virtual business school. I was about to say “I can’t tell you how often I use the things I learn in your class” but, that’s a lie. The truth is I use the things I’ve learnt every single day.

    I’ve begun using the hopes & fears idea for every class I teach at my local university. I use the idea of project chunking to relieve customer fears and mitigate high risk associated with S-curves. I use the WAM story everyday to illuminate the need for adaptation. I’ve even changed how and what I’m learning about because of these sessions.

    I can’t wait for the next class:)

    Thanks for inspiring,


  3. ivan hoffman says:

    world after midnight has been an eye opener. I’m glad to have the opportunity for having access to this and sharing in thoughts.
    thank you.

  4. Julie Stenning says:

    I attended January’s Qubinar and it left me wishing that I had a access to a white board with sticky notes. What a brilliant tool!

  5. Jacques Strydom says:

    The concepts presented remind of the work done by Neuhauser, Bender & Stromberg who presented the concept of Corporate Intelligence Quotient in their 1999 blockbuster “CULTURE.COM: Building Corporate Culture in the Connected Workplace”.

    In summary, agility in adapting to what is coming (not what’s here) and having the supporting ability to learn are critical success factors for survival. There is no place for lazy thinking or thinking that you know everything.

  6. Vonnie says:

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    what exactly u are communicating about! I completely agree with your blog.
    Thank you ,Kindra

  7. Chester says:

    “WorldAfterMidnight” genuinely causes me personally think a small amount extra.
    I really adored every single section of it. Thanks

  8. Sharon says:

    Hi there, just saw your video on TED. I loved it! Thanks

  9. Ted Box says:

    Hi Eddie,
    Love your energy, your message and your thought provoking Ted Talk. I’m not sure what to make of this hodgepodge of a site but, I think you’ve created something powerful with your eBook and that is what I’d like to discuss with you next week. I believe that your eBook along with a few videos would make a terrific App and since I am the CEO of a venture that has produced 900 Apps to date, I’ve got a fairly good idea when it comes to Apps. Your material is very inspiring and I’d like to find a way to help you out so, please do get in touch. I won’t be waiting around for long however because, as you know… everything changes while we sleep. So, please get that mouse clicking and tablet tapping and reach out to me for a time and date for a discussion. I’m eagerly looking forward to it. In the meantime, feel free to see what we’ve done with major brands such as IBM, DuPont, Porsche and KKR.