Innovation begins here

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Innovation is hard enough, even when you’re truly, madly, deeply in love with your work.

But if you’re not in love with your work, you’re going to find it very difficult to compete with people who are.

Because they’re the ones going the extra mile, while you’re staring at the clock, thinking about your golf game.

If you want to innovate, fall in love with your work, or at least, have more fun with it. Play. That’s the easiest way I know how. The other ways are far more difficult.

So now you know…

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