#1 Tell everyone your idea. As many people as you can, especially people not in your industry. Tell your mom’s friends. Do not make them sign an NDA. What are they going to do, steal your idea? Not a chance.
No matter how great of an idea you have, it won’t go anywhere if you don’t start. Sam Potts offers 6 tips for jumping in, head first!
True iconoclasts don’t just happen upon a novel approach. Their brains are actually wired in a way that makes them more likely to take the road less…
“Iconoclastic thinking demands a brain that functions differently from the standard model in three areas: perception; the fear response; and social intelligence.” -George Burns on innovation, creativity, and leadership
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“Partnering with groups to enable them to do their work [is critical]. If they can do it more cost effectively and quickly, and reach more people, to a certain extent you should just get out of the way. Egos need to be checked at the door. Too many organizations were waiting for their logos to be on shipments originating in North America.”
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