Category Archives: Chicago Ideas Week

Chicago Ideas Week – Heroes Forum with Bill Strickland, Phil Zimbardo and Jerry Mitchell

I came to the forum on Heroes at the Museum of Contemporary Art because I needed a dose of inspiration and energy from people who take action on their beliefs. Each of the speakers brought the audience to their feet … Continue reading

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Chicago Ideas Week Part II – Photographer Forum Transcript

Chicago Ideas Week hosted four award-winning photographers, giving them a platform to talk about their work and share some of their spectacular photographs from the National Geographic, Chicago Tribune, and others. I transcribed much of what they said, although without … Continue reading

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Chicago Ideas Week Part I – Social Entrepreneurship Forum

“An idea that is developed and put into action is more important than an idea that exists only as an idea.” – Buddha I landed in Chicago for a week of idea-sharing – participating in the Chicago Ideas Week, interviewing … Continue reading

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