Innovation keynote speaker Jeremy Gutsche's second business book Better and Faster shares several key tips for uncovering innovative ideas. One tip in particular that Gutsche shares is to not be lead into the trap of thinking that small ideas are worthless. In fact, small ideas are often the jumping point for unlocking big breakthroughs.
It can be easy to equate a big success to a big idea. However, more often than not small ideas are simpler with a more approachable outline allowing you to easily turn that small idea--or a series of small ideas--into something much more elaborate and grandiose. Starting small is a great way to flesh out your new concepts, focus on detail and ensure that you are building up the foundations for your next vision.
Learn how to turn small ideas into big successes and pick up a copy of Better and Faster HERE and check out samples from Jeremy's innovation keynotes HERE.
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