Thursday Thoughts from Pioneering Innovators

All famous Innovators have changed the world in one way or another; whether it be Thomas Edison and his invention of the light bulb or Alexander Graham Bell and his invention of the telephone. It’s safe to say that these great ideas for products that changed the world, had to start somewhere with just an idea and the ambition to not give up.

Anyone and everyone can have a great idea for something that could potentially change the world as we know it. However; the real test of whether or not that idea will change the world is if the person behind the idea has the ambition to pursue it no matter what the obstacles are that stand in the way.

Is there a problem you’ve wanted to solve? Can you think of a better way to do something? Once we channel our inner creativity and think of an idea, it then comes down to persistence and the ambition to pursue that idea. Will you give up easily or decide it’s okay to fail your way forward? Do you believe enough in yourself and your idea to keep going? These are all questions you must ask yourself that famous innovators surely asked themselves when they approached an obstacle.

The lesson is to keep believing in yourself and in your idea, and to have that ambition to not give up! As history has shown, it is possible to turn ideas into reality and create “a better way” to solve any problem there is. Our team a Davison works with real innovative people every day to help guide them through the process of turning their ideas into reality. Take a look back throughout the years to recognize great innovators who have paved the way for today’s society. They all had to start somewhere. Use their powerful messages to motivate the innovator within you, and use that to help drive your ambition to create “a better way”.


“I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work” – Thomas Edison


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