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This part made me think a bit "some risks don't have the time to be calculated before they are gone" because we could also look at it as, the risks are gone, not the opportunities.

Making decisions with incomplete information means we rely more on trust _and_ connections. The net attached to work = network.

It also means we have more good stories to tell, don't we?

thank you for the tweet, too.

self-promotion, i realize, but, yes, leading brands DO lead; see my interview on forbes.com for (at the very least) principle #4: http://www.forbes.com/sites/marketshare/2011/08/02/new-york-life-allowing-negative-comments-on-social-networks-will-positively-build-your-brand/

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