Ideas are the lifeblood of creativity and innovation. When ideas slow down, so does our creativity and innovation. And for our systems to remain both creative and innovative, they don’t just need a few ideas…they need an ongoing flow.
Ideas ignite ideas, which, in turn, ignite more and more ideas.
The problem is…we can have a tendency to sit around wait on that one great idea to hit us, to provide us with that “Eureka” moment. And unfortunately, those “Eureka” moments are far and few between. Especially, if we are sitting around waiting for it to happen. The real “Eureka” moments are born out perseverance and hard work. And…
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