Seeing with fresh eyes

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… seeing with fresh eyes may be one of the hardest parts of the innovation process. You have to put aside your experience and pre-conceived notions. You have to drop your skepticism and tap into a childlike curiosity and open-mindedness. Without that sense of wonder and discovery, you’re likely to be blind to the opportunities right before your eyes. (Tom Kelley, The Ten Faces of Innovation)

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