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Lifehack Live for February 18: Tatsuya Nakagawa and Peter Paul Roosen of Atomica Creative

Lifehack Live for February 18: Tatsuya Nakagawa and Peter Paul Roosen of Atomica Creative

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Lifehack Live

    This week on the show, I talked with Tatsuya Nakagawa and Peter Paul Roosen of Atomica Creative about their new book, Overcoming Inventoritis: The Silent Killer of Innovation.

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    Also, I am going to try to put together a “question and answer” episode to air in April, most likely. Drop your questions in the comments here or email me from my contact page.

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    Kirby Ferguson has written a summary for the book A Technique for Producing Ideas. Generating good idea is a fine art, if you have mastered it you will be successful in many fields. The author of the book, James Young, describes five steps on a technique of combining old elements together:

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