(81) History doesn't always help us predict the future. But it's about all we have: read it.
(82) The answer you need is usually in a Beatles tune. Start with Here, There and Everywhere.
(83) Most things are Yin and Yang: complementary and balancing. Success/Failure. Project Management/Creativity in Innovation. Writing/Editing for your novel. When having a challenge, check that the Yin. And the Yang are in balance.
(84) For your health, your sanity and your creativity, write.
(85) The power of habit is all there in the cleaning of the teeth routine: never neglected, accumulative power. What habit might you add to your daily routine?
I once walked across a plaza with Tom Peters after I'd attended a seminar he had given in Birmingham, UK. I helped him find his hotel; he admitted he was a little tired after the day and also jet-lag. I really enjoyed the ten minute exchange about life, the universe and British Airways.
I once exchanged an e-mail with John Maeda: I'd written to him about some of his writing, how much I had enjoyed it: he wrote a very courteous mail back.