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Go, Set the World On Fire!

By Shawn Nason / November 24, 2020 /

Like most things 2020, the upcoming holiday celebrations will look different than they usually do. But the feelings of gratitude, joy, and inspiration burn brighter than ever. I considered this as we finished recording Season 3 of our new podcast, The Combustion Chronicles, which Man on Fire launched earlier this year, to spark game-changing disruption…

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Have We Lost Our Curiosity? Here’s How To Find It

By Shawn Nason / November 3, 2020 / Comments Off on Have We Lost Our Curiosity? Here’s How To Find It

With consumer behavior and expectations shifting, curiosity is more important than ever. How do we position our minds to maintain curiosity?

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What the Roomba Teaches Us About Pushing Through Fear of Failure

By Shawn Nason / October 27, 2020 / Comments Off on What the Roomba Teaches Us About Pushing Through Fear of Failure

Like all robots, a Roomba does its job with no sense of success or failure outside of completing its mission. How could we be like the Roomba?

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Mindset 2: Authenticity Before Action

By Shawn Nason / September 22, 2020 / Comments Off on Mindset 2: Authenticity Before Action
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2020 Trends: Moving Information – Enablers of Big Data

By Shawn Nason / March 8, 2020 / Comments Off on 2020 Trends: Moving Information – Enablers of Big Data

Download our full 2020 Tech Trends resource kit here to explore the technology that powers big data in healthcare more deeply. You’ve heard about big data, but have you really considered what technologies are powering the data revolution? How will everyday technologies and services be affected by an exponentially growing demand for more data? How will machine learning…

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#Humanize: What Is Your Story?

By Shawn Nason / February 28, 2020 / Comments Off on #Humanize: What Is Your Story?

This week I had the privilege of gathering for a few days with a tribe of 150 designers in Denver, CO at Experience Design Week, and got to focus on what really matters – humans! Throughout the conference, I found myself inspired by the incredible stories of designers from all kinds of different backgrounds and…

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Disrupt Or Be Disrupted: NGPX 2019

By Shawn Nason / December 6, 2019 / Comments Off on Disrupt Or Be Disrupted: NGPX 2019

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]This week, the MOFI team (formerly known as the Nason Group) and I had the opportunity to be on stage with many of the nation’s leading disruptors in healthcare at the Next Generation Patient Experience (NGPX) Conference in Palm Springs, CA. The week was filled with new learnings, authentic connections, emotional stories, and most important,…

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Growth Without Change: The Tail Wagging the Dog

By Shawn Nason / November 4, 2019 / Comments Off on Growth Without Change: The Tail Wagging the Dog

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The idea for Wag seemed foolproof: an app to connect dog walkers with pet parents on demand. Founded in 2015 by brothers Joshua and Jonathan Viner, Wag promised dog walkers a quick and reliable income and dog owners a friendly face to check in on their furry friends.    Unfortunately, the idea was not as…

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Fear Is A Good Thing: The Psychology of Being Spooked

By Shawn Nason / October 30, 2019 / Comments Off on Fear Is A Good Thing: The Psychology of Being Spooked

Whether you love horror films or prefer to be scared in person at a haunted house, one thing is certain: people love to be spooked. But why do we love being scared so much?   You may be tempted to chalk up our fear-obsession to adrenaline, but there is psychology behind the drive to feel…

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When Treating Others with Compassion is no Trick: Halloween with Empathy

By Shawn Nason / October 25, 2019 / Comments Off on When Treating Others with Compassion is no Trick: Halloween with Empathy

This Halloween, companies and individuals are demonstrating how that handing out kindness is even better than a full-size candy bar.

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