Don’t be afraid of telling others your ideas
All your ideas should be good ones.
You should make sure an idea is fully baked before telling it.
You don’t want to have people know you as a person who creates some ideas which are not useful.
Flow – Get the process for idea sharing and communication flowing
Feedback – Ask for others feedback on your ideas
Failure – Fail early and often. Great inventors had many ideas and failures
Openness – Be open about sharing your ideas
Tenacity – Be stubborn and follow your hunches. Don’t give up too early
Realizing – when it’s time to move on – also need to recognize when an idea isn’t working or when it’s time to let go
Quantity – Come up with lots of ideas
99 percent of success is built on failure.
— Charles F. Kettering
Inventor of Car motor starter (ignition). Freon for fridges.
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