Success Can Kill Creativity Faster Than Just About Anything

Strangely success can cripple creativity and innovation, even faster than failure. Kodak was the world’s leader in cameras, with 90 percent of the market in the late seventies, but by the nineties, digital was booming. With too much at stake in its film paper products, Kodak’s success dragged it down. Kodak was the first to invent the digital camera as early as 1975. However, rather than…

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Andrew Wood

Author & Marketing Legend with over 50 books: Life Well Lived, Fame, 48 Laws of Business Success, Legendary Advice, Marketing Bibles www.AndrewWoodInc.com