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Vadim Kotelnikov

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Entrepreneurial Creativity

4 Pillars of Entrepreneurial Creativity

7 Sources of Entrepreneurial Opportunities

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Creativity

Creative Thinking Tips

Thinking Outside-the-Box

Creative Problem Solving (CPS)

Challenging Assumptions

"Why? What If?" Questions

Be Different and Make a Difference

4 Questions To Ask Yourself

Entrepreneur

Do What You Love To Do and Make a Difference

 

Continuous Innovative Activity

 

"Creativity is a continuous activity for the entrepreneur, always seeing new ways of doing things with little concern for how difficult they might be or whether the resources are available. But the creativity in the entrepreneur is combined with the ability to innovate, to take the idea and make it work in practice. This seeing something through to the end and not being satisfied until all is accomplished is a central motivation for the entrepreneur.

The Power of Passion

Indeed once the project is accomplished the entrepreneur seeks another 'mountain to climb' because for him or her creativity and innovation are habitual, something that he or she just has to keep on doing," says Bill Bolton.

This is why entrepreneurs, disturb markets, 'thrive on chaos', and can challenge large established businesses.

Be Different and Make a Difference!

Changes the Source of Opportunities

Innovation is the specific tool of entrepreneurs. Doing new things, or doing old things in new ways is how entrepreneurs exploit change as an opportunity for a different business or a different service. Entrepreneurs see change as the norm and as healthy; they always search for change, respond to it, and exploit it as an opportunity.

Take Action!

Innovation can be approached methodically, by a purposeful and organized search for changes and by identifying the opportunities that such changes might offer. In your search, focus on opportunities, not problems, these changes can bring along. Results come from exploiting opportunities, not solving problems.

Ask Searching Questions

Creativity requires an inquisitive mind. Unless you ask lots of "Why?" and "What If"? questions, you won't generate creative insights. "To avoid this most common of creative errors, be sure to peek under all carpets, including your own... More

Turn Failures To Opportunities

Failure As a Stepping Stone To Success

To profit from experience you must be open and willing to learn, even from what some people might consider a failure. What may seem to be a failure can actually lead to new opportunities, especially if the knowledge acquired from the failed projects can be exploited. Change your perspective and ask right learning questions.

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