Here are three things to know about this week's show:
1.But data tells the experts otherwise.
2.Anjali Sastry, co-author of “Fail Better,” says that if a failure reveals something new and useful about the world, then it’s more likely to lead to success.
3.Especially when there are small changes that can lower health care costs, says MIT's Jon Gruber.
Everyone fails – the difference is whether you fail the right way or the wrong way. Anjali Sastry, co-author of Fail Better: Design Smart Mistakes and Succeed Sooner explains the valuable insights that can be gleaned from flops.
In the 21st century, are creativity and power shifting from large corporations to individuals? From The End of Big; , founder of ; and , professor at ., Kara Miller and her guests tackle the question. Panelists include: , editor-in-chief of ; , author of
Take power into your hands, with three tips from this week’s show:
2. Why? Jonathan Eig, author of “The Birth of the Pill," says men didn't have it high on their priority list.
3. Writer Clive Thompson learned how to fix his old electronics, and he says that it’s easier than you think.