Innovation Doesn't & Shouldn't Require RISK TAKING


There is a general misconception that entrepreneurs who create meaningfully unique products and services take lots of risk. Successful entrepreneurs don’t have a crystal ball, a magical vision, or ability to see the future. In truth – they dissolve risk through dozens, hundreds if not thousands of fail FAST, fail CHEAP experiments.
Every time you execute a cycle of learning – you build your confidence. This week’s homework is about executing three fail FAST fail CHEAP experiments in one hour!

Focus, Focus, Focus


If your team is confused or has lost momentum – Focus, Focus, Focus.
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Doug Hall

The Driving Eureka! Newsletter is a compilation of case studies, new techniques, thought provoking insights, an occasional rant, and excerpts from my books 



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