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I like the idea of putting a formula around these ideas. While we all know that formulae have limits and exceptions, it is a nice way to focus in on the key factors.

This site will be useful for you:
http://myplanninglists.com/

Other principle for the checklist could be:

DonĀ“t make morals of the success of others. Talk about your own and real work and results.

Looking forward to 18-21. These principles should be leveraged to create an individual's or team's innovation IQ.

Diego, Please ping me when you come to Boulder, CO. Would love to meet with you.

I would love to see you work in a positive examples from any level of Government into one of the remaining principles.

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