That doesn’t work anymore

We humans have always lived in a world of innovation.

Yep!

As long as we’ve been wandering this planet, we’ve always been thinking of better, faster, and more efficient ways to do the things we want to do.

That’s our lot in life . . . almost never completely content with the status quo as we encounter frustration and begin imagining how we could get this accomplished more easily.

Some are more action oriented with their musings of better ways . . . These are the innovators (Inventors) whose contributions result in the one thing that we ALL resist – CHANGE!

Pretty much every day whether you know it or not, most of the on-line programs you use up-date with new features or efficiencies of code . . . While most of these up-dates happen undetected, they might disrupt your flow even if only the pesky fact that they moved things around on the screen.

How many great ideas and/or inventions have you had throughout your life that you failed to implement? How rich and famous would you be today if you had acted on them?

Doesn’t it aggravate the Dickens out of you when you see that very same invention you imagined 3 years ago FOR SALE by someone who took action on it?

The people who win in this game of innovation are the ones who understand the airy fairy concept of the “Global Brain” . . . Simultaneous thinking and creating within the minds of people . . . AND seizing the concept and TAKING ACTION knowing that multiple other people have had the same thought . . . The first one to the patent office WINS.

I had one of these ideas today . . . Could it be MY famous invention that funds my retirement?

Only if I take action . . .

Will I?

What will YOU do with your next great idea?

Published by Barry Owen

Strategist-CEO of Pareto Realty Real estate sales Professional Inviter-Facilitator-Practicer of Open Space Technology Opening safe space for people & organizations to self-organize around issues & opportunities BarryOwen.US Invite-Listen-Love

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