About an hour back, Guy Kawasaki, a Silicon Valley author, speaker, investor and business advisor, announced a Q&A on his Facebook account.
The session brings in a lot of lessons for young hackers to pursue innovation. Here are 10 lessons we derived, along with links to each learning. Kindly note each link leads to the same Q&A session but a different question.
- Innovation is creating things before people ask them
- People remember you with what you’ve done and that’s motivation enough to work hard
- Quality is the most important thing in a product
- Practice brings you the best
- It’s obvious that one must follow their dreams
- You can innovate in any part of the world
- A brand is achieved when you make good things
- The best advice you can get for anything is by doing it
- Innovation happens through collaboration and constant feedback
- Building ideas is a constant process and happens through exploration
And here’s a bonus — Spark your ideas to action!
Originally Posted on January 27, 2014