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What Alphabet Can Teach Us About Innovation

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.

Make Dreams Happen

Internships are a part of just about every college student’s life. Sometimes you like them; sometimes you don’t. Regardless of how you feel about them, internships are they to help you gain experience in your particular field of study. After completing two or three, you may start envisioning what the “perfect internship” might look like. 

Bring Creativity Back

When I was little, the sky was the limit. I could invent whatever I wanted and my parents would always encourage me to keep on creating. I was one of those kids who liked to color outside the lines and had a great sense of imagination. I also believed that I would someday be able to fly just like Superman.

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