Have you ever wondered where you might be if you were raised in an environment that rewarded failure and embraced the mindset that a misstep is just another opportunity to iterate? For me personally, life might have turned out differently and I certainly would have pursued my passion to help entrepreneurs succeed more vigorously. Today, as a parent and an employer of bright and ambitious millennials, I’m working hard to create an environment that rewards ingenuity and imagination. I am particularly drawn to this generation because of their infectious energy and altruistic yearning to make the world a better place. Having embraced the brilliant work of Harvard’s Tony Wagner, we’re creating a culture anchored around Tony’s Seven Survival Skills, starting with a greater focus on asking tougher questions more often. In his latest book Creating Innovators – Tony shares inspiring examples of young American Innovators who are using this new skill set to have far reaching impact – here’s their formula….