News and Articles About Ideas
Big ideas for successful businesses don't come often, but when they do, you always know it and never expect it.
It's not about you.
Fact vs Fiction
Steer clear of the traps that will sap your innovation.
A successful entrepreneur talks about his journey, the lessons he's learned and where his sights are set next.
The brain is lightning fast but it still does just one thing at a time.
Finding time to read is finding time to succeed.
The ferocity of business competition demands innovation and risk taking, both of which require a state of mind that can be cultivated.
We all need to find ways to fight stale ideas and get back to the creative, disruptive and innovative thinking that fuels us.
A seemingly good idea with flaws can cause the entire foundation to collapse, while a questionable idea with more merits than faults might be abandoned despite having a real shot at success.
Tap relationships – and needs – to get traction for your projects.
It starts with an idea and, unless you're willing to work hard and risk falling on your face, that's all it will ever be.
ADHD is good, you can learn from freestyle rappers and forget other people's opinions.
David Allen, who book "Getting Things Done" spawned a movement, shares why you need an "external brain" and the best way to treat social media.
Bringing your goods to a Maker Faire will grant you a creative audience that will test your designs. This worked wonders for the creator of a rubber band shotgun.
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