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About two years ago, I stumbled upon the 100 days project.

The premise is simple: choose an art practice, a skill, or something! Then, do it for 100 consecutive days. Or at least try to, nobody will judge if you postpone some of the days because it’s New Year’s Eve. What’s important is that it is something that allows you to explore your creativity and that you don’t know how to do yet. In my case, it was painting.

At this point, you might wonder why should you do it. I can only argue that besides learning a new skill, you will take with you everything you need to know about creating a culture of innovation. …

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Who likes to learn things while watching a movie or tv series? 🙋‍♂️

I went through my bookmarks to dig up 7 shows that go through fundamental principles about innovation. The shows actually cover all kinds of topics but viewed through the ‘innovation’ lens, I’m sure you’ll see the point.

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What: A 2 season series that goes inside the minds of the world’s greatest designers, showcasing the most inspiring visionaries from a variety of disciplines whose work shapes our culture.

Why you should watch it: If ‘Design thinkingis something that you’re expected to know, then it can be quite revelatory to see how all these experts have a unique process when working on a project. You won’t see any of the stereotypical canvases, rather the underlying principles that guide the whole idea of ‘thinking like a designer’. …

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Marco Bar Goria

I fight crime and bad design. Let’s connect: linkedin.com/in/marcobargoria

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