Feb 8, 2017

Five Rules That Define The Technology Innovator

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For fellow innovators and private scientists who dream and believe in your dream.

Rule 3: Their Ideas Look Like Failure In The Beginning

When innovators share what they’re working on early in the process, they open the floodgates to premature criticism. This is only natural considering that innovation stems from a singular vision that no one else sees yet.

Seasoned innovators have learned through experience to be wary of upfront collaboration. It’s difficult to explain motives around an intangible concept, especially considering that, by definition, they can’t point to others who are doing the same thing.

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