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31 (More) Days of #BIF7

Last week, I posted a BIF pledge as an immediate reaction to the inspiring BIF-7 conference I was fortunate enough to attend in September in Providence, RI. Part of the pledge included my promise to "reflect on the speakers". As I began to do so, I realized I wanted to share some of my reactions and make others in my network aware of these amazing storytellers.

Tallying the number of storytellers and counting the days in the month of October, I noticed the unexpected synergy and decided I would write a short post about a different BIF-7 storyteller every day in October.

My intent with this exercise is to revisit each BIF-7 speaker in greater detail and reach people who may not have heard of BIF or the speaker.

Day 1 - Richard Saul Wurman

Day 2 - Angela Blanchard

Day 3 - Alexander Osterwalder 

Day 4 - Graham Milner

Day 5 - Eva Timothy

Day 6 - John Werner 

Day 7 - Fred Mandell 

Day 8 - Mallika Chopra

Day 9 - Gotham Chopra 

Day 10 - Andrew Losowsky 

Day 11 - Umair Haque 

Day 12 - Mari Kuraishi

Day 13 - Sebastian Ruth 

Day 14 - Jon Cropper

Day 15 - Len Schlesinger

Day 16 - Dale Stephens

Day 17 - Valdis Krebs

Day 18 - Rebecca Onie

Day 19 - Byron Reeves

Day 20 - Dennis Littky

Day 21 - Chris Van Allsburg

Day 22 - John Hagel

Day 23 - Andries van Dam

Day 24 - Alex Jadad


Day 25 - Angus Davis

Day 26 - Whitney Johnson

Day 27 - Christopher Meyer

Day 28 - Matthew Moniz

Day 29 - Jim Mellado

Day 30 - Duncan Watts

Day 31 - Dan Pink

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