Frederick W. Smith

There are two keys to innovation. The first is the ability to think beyond relatively conventional paradigms and to examine traditional constraints using nontraditional thinking. You have to be able to go outside your own frame of reference and find another way to look at a problem. The second key to innovation is the ability to discern the important issues and to keep your real goal in view.

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