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How many Apple IDs should your family have? — Apple News, Tips and Reviews: "With your family’s iTunes purchases under control, and the core features of iCloud storage taken care of, there is one particular feature of iOS 5 that can be set separately from a device’s primary iCloud account. When it comes to locating each of your family’s devices, do not rely solely on the Find My Friends app to locate their position. Create a common family iCloud account and configure each device to use this account in the Mail, Contacts, Calendars settings. In fact, you can even create this iCloud account without creating a new Apple email address. This family iCloud account’s sole purpose will be to keep track of all of your Apple devices."
Wow - that can get a little confusing; but it is possible to set up a pretty flexible combination of ApplieIDs on your devices.
We all are able to generate the most creative ideas. The question is, Do we dare? We don’t need more innovation, we need less resistance. Our own, internal resistance, that sometime blocks you, and prevents you from asking that crazy question at a meeting. Missed opportunity for you, for the company, for the world that might be desperately awaiting your idea. And external resistance, when your colleagues, your boss, the whole organization does not seem to understand the greatness of your idea.
"Less resistance" … too often we are stymied by the fear of change, in ourselves and others. Fear of change, fear of failure, fear of ridicule - all contribute to suppression of ideas. The ideas still happen, but they're never executed, so innovation doesn't happen.
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