Taking inspiration from John Seely Brown, I quote him - making a poem of his words.
Not everything works.
In fact, most things don't work.
And the first thing that happens [when] something doesn't work
is that it frightens you...
then, you're not going to be very willing to embrace change.
But if you realize that when things don't work,
which is almost always,
you can get in there and figure out how to tinker with these things
and just absorb what happens.
Very often when you're tinkering,
it doesn't make pure logic sense.
It's something that you begin to feel in your hands
as much as your mind.
Tinkering brings thought and action
together in some very powerful, magical ways.
I manipulated his words, using enjambment to allow his words to linger
with the space after the line.
He's as much a poet as an "Innovation Expert."
I consider this an extended metaphor for life.
So today, we are tinkering.
When we do so,
and we are open to embracing change.
Have a wonderful day.
Tinkering, and questing,