Dear Fortis Leader,

Imagine what you can do with fifteen minutes.

We are a little less than two weeks out from our workshop. I’m very much looking forward to being with you.

If you haven’t started listening to the program yet, there’s still plenty of time. 

Fifteen Minutes a Day Between Now and Workshop Day and You’ll Be Ready. 

Why selling 15 minutes benefits both parties involved - JB Sales

  • A fifteen minute walk
  • A fifteen minute break
  • A fifteen minute listen with a cup of coffee
  • A fifteen minute time in the morning
  • A fifteen minute time in the evening

When ever it works for you, fifteen minutes a day will ready you for the workshop and significantly increase the value of our time together. 


Here are resources to explore about ingenuity before the workshop.

     1. Audio Program

The audio program below will ready you for our workshop. It’s important you come to the workshop with the program already listened to. It will take a little under three hours to listen to it before our time together. If you spend 15 minutes a day, you’ll be ready to go on workshop day. It’s important to digest the content below before we meet. I know it’s an investment, but one that can yield big results throughout this experience and beyond.

     2. Companion Slide Deck

Click below to open a series of slides that visually explain many of the concepts explored in the audio program.

NOTE: The slides are a reference document and not meant as slides that link directly to the audio program. 

CLICK HERE FOR Ingenuity Matters Fortis Workshop Slides

This is a large file, it may take a moment to download. 

Start the program below,


Founder, The Ingenuity Lab


The Program Elements – Click each segment below to access it.

Segment One – Introduction – Welcome to the program and the bartender that could

Segment Two – A first critical idea: In a complex system, solutions are temporary and vulnerable

Segment Three – Exploring the Cynefin Framework

Segment Four – Describing Ingenuity

Segment Five – The Framework – See

Segment Six – The Framework – Frame

Segment Seven – The Framework – Constrain

Segment Eight – The Framework – Connect

Segment Nine – The Framework – Name

Segment Ten – Keep Practicing