How Might I Innovate Faster? Myth Busters

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How might I innovate faster? Well that’s a great question which could take a book to answer. So, I will try to keep my answer a little shorter, as I begin to answer a question on so many of our minds today. Since this is such a big topic I have decided to make this a series of blogs. The information in these blogs is based on 60 years’ worth of research and examination in the field of creativity and innovation.

First, let me begin by saying that in order to be innovative you need to be creative. Innovate Faster believes creativity is the backbone of innovation. Now you may be saying to yourself, “Great, I’m not creative”. Let me begin by reassuring you that you are creative. Don’t believe me? Just take a look at some myths and facts about creativity. The below information is taken from the book Creativity Rising pages 27 – 32.

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To begin answering the question “How Might I Innovate Faster?” you must first begin to see that you are creative. Only then will you be ready and open to learn more about how you can be more creative and innovate faster.

In this blog I am only scratching the surface of how you might innovate faster. In future blogs I will continue exploring this question and provide you with some skills and tips you can travel through. These will guide you as you continue your quest to become a more creative and innovative individual. Stay tuned for our next blog.

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2 thoughts on “How Might I Innovate Faster? Myth Busters

  1. So glad you begin your series by affirming that everyone “is creative”. There are so many standards, processes, and procedures etc everyone deals with from day-to-day. that are useful, yet fail to help us embrace our creative selves…will be watching for your next post!

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