Innovation doesn’t only mean inventiveness. Something differentiated, that creates value, is the key foundational concept to modern day innovation. This applies of you are simply trying to innovate your business, innovate yourself or innovating a product.
Value wins at the end of the day.
It is not just the observations of professional scientists or engineers, nor is it restricted or capped to breakthrough product development.
Protocol can be innovated. Marketing approaches can too.
Something different can be a big step forward, but it can also be an everyday improvement that makes the impossible seem a tiny bit simpler or the currently expensive more affordable in the future.
Most businesses are architected to deliver reliable, predictable, and measurable results, however, that is exactly the issue.
A major contradiction owners must confront is that the current blueprints that enable success with today’s models reinforce actions that are inconsistent with discovering tomorrow’s model.
Things change and they often change fast.
Basically. It’s all a jungle. Strategic adaptations and vision expansions will be key for owners.
Expanding out of comfort zones will be a mandatory step for survival.
Strategic thinking and planning is no longer optional or something you visit once in a while.
True strategic success requires continuous development to prevent natural erosions.
How Can You Innovate Your Business For Tomorrow?
The best way to model for tomorrow is to simply learn 10x secrets.
The 10X Rule says that:
1. You should set targets for yourself that are 10X greater than what you believe you can achieve and
2. You should take actions that are 10X greater than what you believe are necessary to achieve your goals. The biggest mistake most people make in life is not setting goals high enough
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