At the 2016 finance innovation keynote, Jeremy Gutsche teaches every member of the audience how to realize his or her full potential. Citing examples from his New York Times bestselling book, ’Better and Faster: The Proven Path to Unstoppable Ideas,’ the speaker outlines how the vast majority of people are hindered by common neurological traps. In understanding these everyday impediments of protective, repetitive and complacent behaviors, people can begin to overcome them and pave the way for professional and personal success.
During this innovation keynote, Jeremy highlights examples of businesses that have cultivated curiosity, insatiability and a rare willingness to destroy policies and products that have worked in the past. The presenter introduces a clear case for looking far forward, and for embracing the evolution of one’s offering to anticipate changing consumer needs. Especially in an industry that may adapt more slowly than others, an openness to reinvention can give a business a highly competitive advantage.
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