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Leonardo da Vinci’s ability to embrace uncertainty, ambiguity, and paradox was a critical characteristic of his genius. —J Michael Gelb Say you want to use a mathematical metaphor, but you don’t want to be really precise. Here are some ways … Continue reading

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Leonardo da Vinci’s ability to embrace uncertainty, ambiguity, and paradox was a critical characteristic of his genius. —J Michael Gelb Say you want to use a mathematical metaphor, but you don’t want to be really precise. Here are some ways … Continue reading

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