Communicating Disruptive Innovations

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Entrepreneurs and other innovators often worry if they will find enough ideas, and they are usually wrong. Some also worry about transforming their ideas into viable businesses, and they are usually right. Very few ever stop to think about the problem of persuading other people to adopt their innovative ideas. “Build a better mousetrap,” they used to say, “and the world will beat a path to your door”. But this doesn’t happen.

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Lecturer, Speaker Coach, Writer. TEDxStockholm Board Member, Speaker Team Lead & Speaker Coach. Writer for hire, author of book “Payforward Networking”.

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Andrew Hennigan

Andrew Hennigan

Lecturer, Speaker Coach, Writer. TEDxStockholm Board Member, Speaker Team Lead & Speaker Coach. Writer for hire, author of book “Payforward Networking”.

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