Never Settling for Good Enough: 3 Ways to Disrupt Your Own Company

December 22, 2015 | Justin Gray | No Comments |

Disrupting your own company. Is it worth it? According to Justin Gray, it certainly is. He focuses on successes and failures, the latter of which he attributes to the success of his current company.

Admit you’re wrong.

The above cannot be stressed enough. Naive as well as antiquated ideas need to be revisited and adjusted. Some suggestions? Make yourself an expert! It’s important to understand the material yourself instead of relying on “experts.”

Innovation is good, but don’t follow every new fad. Figure out what will be beneficial in a day-to-day process, and what won’t. Simple!

This post was originally written for our friends at Tallwave.

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