3 Basic Moves Innovators Have In Common With Toddlers
By Kym Gordon Moore
Is patience your best virtue when it comes down to crafting the life cycle of your business methodology or managing a new project? In which way can patience complement persistence within the infancy stage of your business model?
A successful operation, whether it’s a nonprofit organization, a new workforce, an innovative concept, or a club cannot allow haste to make waste, even in a fast-paced environment. It is reported that children who skip the crawling phase as a baby could develop such challenges as suffering from speech problems or have difficulty reading and writing due to underdevelopment in part of their brain. The same principle holds true with innovation. It is unwise to think you can valiantly win a competitive race or monopolize an industry with underdeveloped planning and preparation.
Remarkably, new business owners and innovators have something in common with toddlers.
Babies develop the ability to move and use eye and body coordination in order to crawl. They observe and discover a creative way to mobilize their bodies. Innovators sharpen their intuition and use their ability to conceive, imagine, position themselves and …READ MORE