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July 8, 2009

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What's the right habitat for for nurturing and hatching new ideas? John Howkins has spent a lifetime answering that question.  His earlier work documented the rise of the creative economy and his latest book, "Creative Ecologies" proposes a new approach to making a supportive environment for creativity and ideas.

Rod Frantz
was on the forefront of developing the Creative Class Movement, but now he and his wife Marcy have turned their attention from the creative class to creative families.  They've written a book called "The Yes Child," and we'll talk to them about what it means to build a family culture.

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