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TEDTalks meets Quiz Show. This is my entry.

TEDTalks meets Quiz Show. This is my entry.

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  • Breeding ‘breadth’ out of people
  • Expertise can charge more money – but is it false economy?
  • Inability to collaborate as they have an inability to appreciate other perspectives
  • Breadth, not just depth.Fail harder. Much, much harder.
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    • 1. This photograph has nothing to do with my topic, I just want my wife and mum on video.<br />
    • 2. ‘what’ is RICHARD BRANSON?<br />
    • 3. Genius?Dictator?<br />Inventor?<br />Visionary?Businessman?<br />Entrepreneur?<br />
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    • 7. “People who reach the top of the tree are only those who haven&apos;t got the qualifications to detain them at the bottom”<br />
    • 8. Education is more depth than breadth<br />
    • 9. Single approach<br />Production line of …<br />Geniuses.<br />
    • 10. You earn more when you’re not a jack of all trades<br />
    • 11. THE DEFINITION OF MADNESS IS DOING THE SAME THING OVER AND OVER AGAIN AND EXPECTING A DIFFERENT RESULT.<br />
    • 12. Specialisation leads to limitation.<br />
    • 13. Once upon a time …<br />
    • 14. Printer<br />FugitiveSCIENTISTINVENTORLibrarianPOLITICIAN<br />FREEMASON<br />Philanthropist<br />CIVIL RIGHTS CAMPAIGNER<br />
    • 15. Printer<br />FugitiveSCIENTISTINVENTORLibrarianPOLITICIAN<br />FREEMASON<br />Philanthropist<br />CIVIL RIGHTS CAMPAIGNER<br />
    • 16. GENERALISTSchange THE WORLD.<br />[Specialists try to perfect it]<br />
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    • 20. Companies have a moral and commercial obligation to their staff And shareholders to encourage breadth of opinion and experience.<br />
    • 21. Differentiation is becoming more difficult.<br />
    • 22. Viva Le Generalists<br />

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