Storytelling, experimentation, passion, and even failure - these are the ingredients that help great ideas make it to the finish line, says GE's Beth Comstock.
If no one is calling you "crazy," you're probably not thinking big enough. Endeavor CEO Linda Rottenberg shares unorthodox advice for startups.
Curiosity is an essential part of the creative's condition. But it's even more powerful when combined with rigorous technique.
"This American Life" contributor and producer Starlee Kine talks about what making ideas happen has to do with Little Orphan Annie and Phil Collins.
OK-ness is the enemy of greatness. Journalist Joshua Foer illustrates why we must step outside of our comfort zones to achieve truly remarkable things.
"We're not good at everything, we're not good by ourselves," says Simon Sinek. Our ability to build trust and relationships is the key to our survival as a race, and to thriving as ideamakers.
The best ideas raise more questions than answers. Google Ideas' Jared Cohen urges us to be intellectually adventurous by pursuing ideas without obvious conclusions.
Want an insider's perspective on the "making ideas happen" experience? We followed a handful of attendees for a look at lessons learned at this year's 99% Conference.
Hawthorne Valley Farm's Martin Ping talks about the value of "servant leadership" and how to align your inner vision with your outer work.