Idea Drop 2016 has ended

Idea Drop is 4 day, free program &  meeting space for the library, archives, museums folks + friends. 
Join backyard conversation + lend an idea or skill to a hackfest + meet with Knight Foundation during office hours!  
Enjoy good company at 1706 Garden St in Austin or online at libraryideas.org

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Friday, March 11 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
The End of Average

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How does one succeed in a world that values uniformity? How does an “average” person go beyond their own expectations? Todd Rose, cofounder and president of The Center for Individual Opportunity and director of the Mind, Brain, and Education program at Harvard Graduate School, digs into science-based research on how to minimize failures and maximize potential. His new book, The End of Average, Rose expounds on his findings and discusses the “principles of individuality,” which can help us all achieve success in life. In this game-changing talk, Rose explains that success is found in individual strengths and even weaknesses—and how we are nothing close to “average.”



Todd Rose

Co-Founder & Pres/Professor - The Center for Individual Opportunity/Harvard Graduate School of Education

Friday March 11, 2016 3:30pm - 4:30pm CST
JW Marriott - Salon 6 110 E 2nd Street