• The Power of Ignorance

  • How Creative Solutions Emerge When We Admit What We Don’t Know
  • By: Dave Trott
  • Narrated by: Paul Winter
  • Length: 5 hrs and 10 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)

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By: Dave Trott
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In this latest collection of real-life stories, Dave Trott provides lessons about problem solving and creative thinking that can be applied in advertising, business, and the wider world. 

With his trademark wit, wisdom, and critical eye, he shows how great problem solvers and creative thinkers are those who are not afraid to say “I don’t know."

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  • Mr. R. D. Cox
  • 09-27-21

Mythbuster

Great reader, sounds like Dave Trott.

I knew about 30% of the stories, but the rest are glorious, that Tartan is not traditional but a marketing campaign by a couple of chances.

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