Remember to focus on the outliers, respect the future they represent.
I first came across the ideas of complexity theory during my doctorate work at Columbia in 2001. I was instantly energized because the battle described by scientists as they wrestled to force meaning and knowledge out of apparent chaos seem identical to me to the experience of a person who is trying to learn something they are having difficulty understanding. Since then I have explored authors who write on complexity theory and its ties to both business and education. It is not uncommon for me to bring it into general conversation. Often I notice that people tune out or stop listening, making the assumption that it is too much for them.