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Great Questions Lead to Great Opportunities

April 28, 2019

by Robert Stevenson

Many companies were started because someone asked an innocent question. The invention of the Polaroid Instamatic Camera was triggered by a question. The three-year-old daughter of the inventor, Edwin H. Land, asked her father after he took her photo, “Why do we have to wait for the picture, Daddy?”



The World is Rich in Genius but Poor in Wisdom

December 2, 2018

by Robert Stevenson

Back in 1900, the life expectancy for someone living in the United States was forty-seven years old; today it is seventy-eight. An interesting thing is happening in America today, Baby Boomers are retiring, only to start another career. They are hard-workers, and many of them like working, but they want a new challenge, and many have NO intention of retiring.



Can You Handle The Speed of Change

January 21, 2018

by Robert Stevenson

Did you think in 1998 that in just a few years you would never take pictures on film again? Neither did Kodak and their 170,000 employees. They had no idea their business model was about to change, and bankruptcy was in their future.



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