guts vs generosity

During rough path of becoming a real writer, I get to read many writings and recaps (or sometimes) both toward some of the main key values people are pursuing. One of them, indeed, is innovation.

Recaps are meant to help us capture the central theme of the post. Saving recaps is fun, guys.

Being innovative means doing things differently or doing things that have never been done before. An innovator has embraced this idea and creates environments where employees are given the tools and resources to challenge the status quo, push boundaries, and achieve growth.

No doubt. Being innovative means to break the boundaries, starting with your thought. Think different.

Innovators understand innovation never happens in a vacuum. They value, build, and sustain active, vibrant networks of people, assets, and organizations. Instead of viewing collaboration as a challenge, they see it as an opportunity to identify strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats.

Hardly I find anyone with ‘innovative vibe’ that takes things from mundane perspectives. They don’t see things as changes. They see chances.

Innovators are not afraid to break with the norm and push past conventional wisdom that causes people to think in a box. They are aware customers don’t always know what they want.

I won’t say I’m successful at possessing an innovative mindset. But I’ve witnessed enough to generate a common framework for every person who does. They all push themselves, and the people around, to think out of the box. They come at others with the steady belief that they can create breakthrough, and most of the time, they do.