Old myths die hard.
And in the hero-worship world of entrepreneurial storytelling, one of those myths is the legend of the lone genius. Not an hour goes by, it seems, without a new encomium devoted to Steve Jobs, Elon Musk, or Mark Zuckerberg. Of course, some of this is endemic to storytelling itself. Tales flow more smoothly (and predictably) when there’s a main character to focus on, with a goal to achieve and hurdles in his path.Disney knows it. Pixar knows it. And for most intents and purposes, it’s become Storytelling 101.
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Two bomb explosions targeted a peace rally Saturday by leftist and Kurdish activists in the Turkish capital of Ankara, killing 86 people and wounding 186, the country’s health minister said.
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The ongoing fight to protect elephants in Africa‘s Garamba National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo has claimed the lives of four park rangers in a shootout with poachers, according to the park’s blog.
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A judge Friday said he would allow three women who claim Bill Cosby sexually assaulted them to sue the actor for libel, after Cosby’s representatives that said the accusations were baseless.
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A UCLA football player has been arrested and charged with raping a fellow UCLA student.
Los Angeles Police Department detectives took 20-year-old Adam Searl, a punter on the team, into custody on Oct. 8.
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