How to use anthropology, in business and ADVENTURE!!!!
How to Use Anthro | Tip #C1
You never know what details may become important later, so record everything in painful detail — including data outside your immediate research goals.
Venturing Out | Reminder #B12
Attend charity events. They’re often cheap and passably entertaining. And, if you pay attention, you could learn about other worlds and how to better them.
Venturing Out | Reminder #B8
As you venture onto the job hunt, prepare to get forced into categories you might not belong in.
Venturing Out | Reminder #B5
Explore unused parts of your community, and consider ways to make them useful.
How to Use Anthro | Tip #A10
Used properly, crappy cameras can still capture historic moments. Consider using scale, points-of-reference, negative space, tilt-left and “Dutch” angle.
How to Use Anthro | Tip #A9
Instead of hating Gov. Rick Scott, anthropologists should quit being lame and prove him wrong. Beef up career resource centers! Frame anthro as a job skill!
How to Use Anthro | Tip #A8
Help make new jobs by studying different cultures, identifying their wants and needs, and advocating new solutions (i.e. new products, services, and ventures).
How to Use Anthro | Tip #A6
Don’t trash damaged photos, film, or data. Shelve it. You never know when it can become useful again.
How to Use Anthro | Tip #A5
Remember, just because someone opposes a behavior, don’t assume they’ve never behaved that way themselves.
How to Use Anthro | Tip #A4
When presenting your research, don’t be afraid to use provocative language and lots of pictures. Also consider simple bulleted lists and the rule-of-thirds.