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The Not-So-Secret Ingredient to Delightful Communities and Powerful Collaboration

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My TEDx SoMa talk on communities, collaboration, tools, and the tie that binds them all: practice.

My TEDx SoMa talk on communities, collaboration, tools, and the tie that binds them all: practice.

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  • 1. The Not-So-Secret Ingredient to Delightful Communities and Powerful Collaboration Eugene Eric Kim <eekim@blueoxen.com> June 18, 2011 TEDx SoMa
  • 2. What’s the best experience you've ever had collaborating with others?
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  • 4. Imagine a world where everybody’s experiences collaborating were that good.
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  • 6. How do we get there?!
  • 7. Practice
  • 8. “ Practice means to perform, over and over again in the face of all obstacles, some act of vision, of faith, of desire. Practice is a means of inviting the perfection desired.” — Martha Graham
  • 9. Refuting the Magic Tool Approach
  • 10. How long did it take you to learn how to use this?
  • 11. How about this?
  • 12. Or this?
  • 13.  
  • 14.  
  • 15. Models of Practice
  • 16. What do music and sports have in common?
  • 17. Practice What do music and sports have in common?
  • 18. John Wooden’s Practice Wisdom
  • 19. Practicing Knowledge Work
  • 20. Good Information Hygiene
  • 21. Listening
  • 22. “ If you want to be good, you have to practice, practice, practice. If you don’t love something, then don't do it.” — Ray Bradbury
  • 23. Acknowledgements
    • Many thanks to my friend, Amy Wu Wong <http://wordsdesign.com/>, for the delightful sketches!
    • Bicycle and tricycle photos by:
      • Toronto Criterium . By Andrew Louis. CC-BY-NC
      • Big Wheel Race . By Andrew St. Clair. CC-BY-NC-SA

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