In the past, starting up and maintaining a new business was if not easier but much more secure: we
could invent something or produce a great business idea only once and enjoy obtaining benefits from
them throughout the rest of our lives. But today we live in a different world. Today we need to
continuously innovate if we want to maintain leadership – either we want to lead business or people.
It means that we need to develop and possess relevant thinking skills to be able to constantly come
up with new winning ideas. But what are the differences between “regular” and “power” thinking
Due to nature of my work which focuses on front-end innovation training, consulting, and coaching, I
have had a unique chance to meet many great people: business leaders, thought leaders, inventors
and innovators from different areas – technology, business, politics, arts. Below I would like to
summarize 14 differences based on many years of observations. Certainly, there are more
differences. However my goal was to identify most universal, important and influential ones which
form entire categories of differences.
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