"Exploration is the engine that drives innovation.
Innovation drives economic growth.
So let's all go exploring."
--- Edith Widder
Something fun and educational to see now through September 4, 2017, at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science located at 2201 North Field Street, Dallas, Texas (214) 428-5555 is the Maya Hidden Worlds Revealed Exhibit.
To succeed in any culture or society anywhere in the world innovation and discovery is a must. What better way to learn about civilization than visiting the traveling Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed Exhibit at the Perrot Museum of Nature and Science. Here you will discover:
- Master Builders
- Playing for your Life
- A story in Pictures
- History in Stone
- Charting the Heavens
- Unlocking the Past
Innovation is not a dying art, it's what keeps the economy growing, cities thrive, people problem solve and make the world a better place. It's inspiration, perspiration, motivation, determination, and persuasion working together simultaneously.
To make America greater than it has ever been and be a leader in technology, health care, education, defense, and global telecommunications it's going to take educated minds with innovated ways to figure out how to improve their performance, discovering, findings and analysis, saving natural resources, and bolstering their personal relationships with all people by working together towards a common goal.
The Mayan's clearly earned respect. They were skilled in the arts of survival but something happened. What can we learn from the Mayan Tribe? This exhibit is sure to inspire and may provide answers to burning questions about the process of creation and survival. Destruction is not an option.
"A noble purpose inspires sacrifice,
stimulates innovation and encourages preservation."
--- Gary Hamel
Patricia's Tip for the Day:
©Destruction is not an option.