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Barn Musing – Edition 6

Barn Musings

Welcome to Barn Musings. These weekly newsletters aim to provide you with timely, inspiring, and useful
reflections and findings from Meet Me At The Barn. I promise to keep the content brief and brilliant. The ultimate
goal is to create a community forum that is supportive, imaginative, and focused on possibility. Here we go!

                                                                                          Watch this video featuring Simon Sinek.
 

Years ago, I watched Simon Sinek do his Ted Talk on “It Starts With Why.”  In this YouTube video, he reviews much of what was in his original talk but adds some fascinating details.  For instance, he reveals that the Apple computer is an average, at best computer compared to other PC’s. He also talks about why people get a Harley Davidson tattoo when they don’t own a motorcycle. I am sure that you will be as intrigued with Sinek’s explanation of human nature as I was. Have a look!

Barn Musing – Edition 5

Barn Musings

Welcome to Barn Musings. These weekly newsletters aim to provide you with timely, inspiring, and useful
reflections and findings from Meet Me At The Barn. I promise to keep the content brief and brilliant. The ultimate
goal is to create a community forum that is supportive, imaginative, and focused on possibility. Here we go!

                                                                                          Read Bad Blood by John Carreyrou

This was a page turner for me.  Elizabeth Holmes started Theranos in 2003 after dropping out of Stanford University at the age of 19,  She had an idea that could change healthcare and healthcare delivery.  She convinced people like Larry Ellison, George Schultz, Henry Kissinger, and many others to invest in her company to the tune of $700 million.  The only challenge is the equipment and testing mechanism she helped to spearhead never worked.  Unfortunately, she lied for years about the capabilities of her technology which led to the demise of her company.  John Carreyrou, a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter for the Wall Street Journal with the help of