Ideation: Share your ideas!

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If someone has stolen your idea, that means you got a good idea! “Don’t be afraid to share your ideas.

“Don’t be afraid to share your ideas with your friends, colleagues, coworkers or strangers!” I say it many times whenever I facilitate an Innovation & Design Thinking workshop. And the response that I get from the participants is almost the same “But how if my idea is stolen?”. I replied, “That means you got a good idea that works!”. If someone uses your idea, you have 3 options: support, collaborate or execute your idea faster and better than him/her. And never claim that you got the original idea. No one really had original idea. Even Steve Jobs had no an

If someone uses your idea, you have 3 options: support, collaborate or execute your idea faster and better than him/her. And never claim that you got the original idea. No one really had an original idea. Even Steve Jobs had no original ideas when he launched Apple II, iPod, iPhone and iPad – none was really the first in the market. Steve Jobs stole ideas from others and re-invented them with a better design. It’s not about an idea is about making things happen.

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