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Leonardo da Vinci never stopped exploring and challenging conventional wisdom. And neither should you.
Thinking up the idea that will change everything for your company will never be easy but you can learn to recognize the ones that have the potential.
A fiction writer who regrets not pursuing a now billion-dollar idea shares four reasons to push your thoughts closer to reality.
Surround yourself with a bevy of business professionals to stimulate and inspire you to realize your goals.
Much like the media, taxi and hotel industries before it, smart entrepreneurs can and will inject new ideas and technology into a traditional market.
Inspiration to take a new tack comes from a fanciful source.
Most entrepreneurs have lots of ideas but few of them are able to successfully execute that one idea that makes all the difference.
How does any entrepreneur know what ventures to pursue, and which ones are best left behind?
You might not know it right now, but once you discover it, its time to take on your quest.
New product and service concepts are stifled by the process of taking them to market. If you can prove a demand, however, the next steps become much less intimidating.
Don't just look at the current best in your industry and do what they do. Try to be the best you, but feel free to borrow from unlikely sources.
To get your mind flowing with ideas, consider the advice of these great thinkers throughout history.
The efforts and breakthroughs of innovative workers result in great products and ultimately business success.
We all have some type of creative genius inside of us. The only way to release it is to work on it.
Great entrepreneurs understand that great ideas can often come from really bad ones.
Your food business might be able to support new ventures. Here's how to figure out the best direction to go in for expansion.
The things that make you nervous are often what helps you achieve the most.
Get over holding onto your ideas and get out there and do something with them.
You don't want to start a business that may not survive. Do your homework, validate your idea and make sure you have a real market for it.
Fostering intrapreneurship within organizations both large and small can help bring companies to new levels of success.
Even today new inventions don't always involve harnessing high technology. The smallest idea can inspire a transformative product.
To get attention on the crowded Internet, you have to devote time to your craft and plan well.
Great entrepreneurs dont catch lightning in a bottle and leave it on the table.
Investors don't want to invest in a product, they want to invest in a business. Here are seven reality checks to apply.
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