A Whole New Mind
2006 October 23
I was happy to read Daniel Pink's A Whole New Mind: Why Right-Brainers will Rule the Future because I've heard his book quoted by many thought-leaders. Affirmations like "MFA's are the new MBA" and other global cheerleading for more right-brain inspired approaches to problem solving owe Pink a great deal of thanks. Pink's heavily researched "Six Senses" of Design, Story, Symphony, Empathy, Play, and Meaning are actually quite compatible with the Ten Laws so I feel that my conjectures are flying in the right air space. Or maybe that's my left side of the brain doing the talking here. I have to be careful because I now know that left is the new wrong.