“We learn by taking action and seeing whether it works or not.”
—Patrick Lencioni, Author of The Five Dysfunctions of a Team
In the book BOLD – How to Go Big, Create Wealth, and Impact the World, authors Peter Diamandis and Steven Kotler point out key strategies to achieve breakthrough results.
It seems that most innovative and pioneering organizations and people use a form of rapid experimentation and iterations to come up with amazing products and services. Those products and services eventually come into our lives just like a delivery from Amazon.
One example is the process Google X (or just “X”) uses to support their prolific product development. Their “Never Fail to Fail” innovation principles use this rapid iteration process to fail frequently, fail fast, and most importantly, fail forward.
How can you increase your level of action and experimentation to create far more innovative solutions to better your world?
Pick up a copy of BOLD to examine many other ideas to make a far bigger dent in your own universe.