For one, they innovate—usually not once, but multiple times over. Steve Jobs wasn’t known for just one product. He was known for a handful. Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk weren’t satisfied with one success story. They’ve engineered dozens. And while this might seem like “business as usual” for these types of individuals, the reality is, most people struggle to be innovative more than once.
They build a successful product or company, reap their rewards, and then struggle to do so again.
Since we are in the innovation business, we wanted to share the six qualities we have noticed over the years that all great innovators share in common. These are the things that keep them motivated, engaged, and passionate about continuously pushing the creative boundaries of what the rest of the world deems “possible.”
+INFO: Fast Company