What can be done in 2000 minutes? One can fly half way around the world, read a book or two, run a marathon, get a full nights rest, and more.
A few months ago, I didn’t know what I was getting myself into. I was sleeping next to nothing, found myself achieving the unachievable and speaking more Spanish than English. I can honestly say July was one of the best months of my life. Before I get to explaining how being a staff member of Imagine Silicon Valley 2016 changed me, I want to share a little bit of how I got there. Hint: It all started with a dream.
Simply put, companies that don’t innovate will die. That may seem a little harsh, but it’s the truth. The world we live in requires businesses to be creative and to constantly improve their products and services.
If your company isn’t a 100% innovative yet, it’s ok. Although it takes a lot of work to develop such a culture, it isn’t impossible. As I was reading Larry’s letter on the Alphabet landing page, I came across three key takeaways when it comes to creating a culture of innovation.