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Train your senses.

Bruno Pešec
Bruno Pešec
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Miyamoto Musashi, a legendary sword-master, advised us to practice one eye to see far, and the other to see close. This way, one can be aware of all. The same applies to successful corporate innovation—one must practice seeing opportunities available right here, right now as well as those rolling around the corner.

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