I have edited this newsletter for 10 years, working from my freelance office at home and, for a month each year, from a one-internet-connection-town in Mexico. Thanks partly to Jonah Lehrer (his book Imagine, for instance) and the lesson of Building 20 at MIT, I am thinking that I need to increase my interactions with other people in a way that will stimulate my creativity
Seems to me other readers of this newsletter may work remotely, and may be concerned about how to keep their creativity and ideas flowing when not always around other people.
So here are two artices in USA Today by Anita Bruzzese (thanks, Linked-In) that may have some good advice for those of us who work remotely:
--Bill Paarlberg is editor of The Measurement Standard blog and newsletter, and of Katie Paine's book “Measure What Matters.” He is also editor of the book “Measuring the Networked Nonprofit,” by Beth Kanter and Katie Paine, which will be published this year by Wiley.
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