Michael Bluemling, Jr. | Innovation at its Best
Michael Bluemling, Jr., is a former Sergeant of Soldiers and author of "Bridging the Gap from Soldier to Civilian," who overcame abuse to become a success story, after his transition from soldier to civilian. He shares his insight with fellow veterans, to help them through this arduous process, successfully.
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Innovation at its Best

Innovation at its Best

Innovation at its Best

The fact that Steve Jobs was an industry GIANT goes without a question, and what Guy Kawasaki brings during this presentation is innovation at its best. He goes beyond the scope of the original script and delivers a memorable message that all entrepreneurs should internalize on a daily. In a world filled with the right now, it is nice to see this sort of message being delivered wonderfully. It is the little things that make all difference in the world for business owners.

12 Lessons Steve Jobs Taught Guy Kawasaki


The first great point to remember as a leader is that challenges are what make employees go. It makes all the difference in the world. You staff wants to excel and if you give them the tools they will. When employees feel integrated into the fabric of the company they will rise up out of their chair to positively impact your company every single day. This is exciting so help your employees RISE UP today.

The next great point was to jump the curve. This is true for the employee or leader who wants to excel. Please do not just try to excel without first setting a goal. Strive to be the best while setting realistic goals. However, only set goals that you are willing to achieve. Let me say that again “only set goals for greatness that you are wiling to sacrifice for”. If you are not willing to put it all on the line, your efforts will be fruitless.

The last point I want to discuss is to remember that the vision you have originally is never the end product or service that you will develop. You have to be flexible and adapt to change on a rapid basis. Making quality decisions begins and ends with the entrepreneur, but you can acquire the knowledge, skills, and abilities to make these decisions from the people around you who share your common vision. Do not be afraid to share your vision with those around you; those influential people will be the real reason you will not fail. The reason you will not fail is because those people have a vested interest in your vision. You hold the keys to your future, and learning from people like Steve and Guy is an invaluable resource. “Hire the A player”.

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