One of my favourite writers is Malcolm Gladwell. The last book of his that I read was ‘Blink’ which is about snap judgements and first impressions, the decisions we make in split-seconds based on knowledge that we don’t understand ourselves. In the book that I am writing I work with a similar idea which is that of our ability to understand organizations as holographic images. In february 2004 Malcolm did a little talk titled “What we can learn from spaghetti sauce”. It’s about how there is no such thing as the perfect sauce but there are many perfect sauces for many of us.
Take out little less than eighteen minutes of inspiration and follow the democratization of food and the study of our different tastes as well as how embracing our differences will help us find way to true happiness.