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You always get my mind racing.

Two statement jumped out at me in this post:

"Is this a return to the guilds of Medieval times?"


"Wait, we also need to become more flexible to go across disciplines."

My thoughts went to young Ben Franklin growing up in Boston. His father use to walk with him from shop to shop introducing him to the guilds, apprentices and artisans of each craft.

Franklin's biographer Walter Isaacson suggests that the result in Franklin was a life long inventiveness and willingness to tinker to - "give it a try and see how it works."

He borrowed from all kinds of disciplines but always identified with one chosen guild. Franklin signed his name, "Benjamin Franklin, Printer".

Of course, living in Philadelphia you've got the spirit of Benjamin to inspire you!

Keep creating,

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