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One of the keys to innovation is taking the ordinary and seeing new potentials. Mirrors are an important part of our everyday world. We have them throughout our homes and attached in strategic places on our vehicles. What If — instead of reflecting the world, the mirror was more like a window that opened us to the world outside? What If — the mirror opened us to the vast expanse of information and entertainment available in the digital world of the internet?
Innovation takes a team of people, working together to find, evaluate, modify and implement disruptive ideas that create growth for either a large corporation or a growth oriented start-up.
“I want to put a ding in the universe.” –- Steve Jobs
“Never innovate to compete, innovate to change the rules of the game.“ — David O. Adeife
“There’s a way to do it better — find it.” — Thomas Edison
“The enterprise that does not innovate ages and declines. And in a period of rapid change such as the present, the decline will be fast.” Peter Drucker.
“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change.” Charles Darwin
Can a 13-15 year old boy bored in his biology class and upset that an uncle died, find a simple, accurate, cost effective and quick test for prostate cancer? You bet.
The most successful and gracious people recognize that they did not reach the top of their profession or accomplish great deeds all by themselves. They give credit to the others that helped them.
Prioritize your time effectively. Imagine your time was worth $2,000 per hour instead of minimum wage or less. Would that change how you choose to invest your time?
“CEO’s now know that technology will disrupt their business and that there is nowhere to hide from … the next big thing a 21-year-old is building in a basement that will reinvent their industry.” Eric Kuhn, United Talent Agency. Let Tech-I-M show you how Technology Is Manageable™
To really know where you need to take your products, services or company, it’s important to understand what your customers see, feel, and/or think. … But, it is essential if you want to improve your business internally and grow it externally. … Get out there and Just ASK — Always Seek Knowledge!!!™
Why not just ASK? Ask the customer. Ask your employees. Ask your suppliers. Ask your colleagues. Just ASK!
What you say and how you say it have a profound effect on people around you. … Words REALLY DO make a difference!
Children ask, “Why?” Engineers and entrepreneurs ask, “What if?” Savvy Technology needs to solve real customer problems and help humanity. It needs to have an emotional connection.