The dominant technical innovators in the 20th century were IBM with 32,500 registered patents and General Electric with 50,800 registered patents. The primary reason why these and other companies like Hitachi, Toshiba and Canon have dominated the world of innovation is because of an environment that encouraged the pushing of boundaries. Once innovation becomes the lifestyle and culture, passion and excitement becomes the driving force.
It is not your academic intelligence or technical skills or that will give you that particular advantage but your creative insight that will provide you with that distinctive power and make you successful.
There is a broad consensus amongst experts that 98 percent of all human beings between the ages of 0-4 demonstrate creativity at a superior level. At the age of ten this figure drops to 30 percent, and eventually, only three percent of adults over the age of 25 still seem to exhibit superior creativity.
Creative innovation starts with any person despite their age; a journey to rediscover their inherent creative qualities – revives their senses and to enjoy life with passion.