There is something extremely romantic about inventing something so unique and game-changing that you become a household name. As a culture, we are fascinated with the idea of innovation. But in fact, according to the accounts of some of the most successful people of our time, there is no need to re-invent the wheel.
In part 4 of this Business Brilliant series, Matt explains why imitation, rather than innovation, is most likely to lead you to success. Enjoy!
What You’ll Learn:
- Plus how one listener got a raise at work based on the information in this series.
- One of the most powerful hacks to the Do Over method.
- How Bill Gate’s success is largely based on imitation.
- Why invention is not as romantic as it may seem at first.
- The source of the success of the most impactful businesses in the United States.
- How to follow the money and improve your chances of success; and
- How execution plays into the success equation.
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