Why Our Mavericks Approach Will Drive Breakthrough Ideas Every Time

Mavericks in any industry produce intuition that is hard to explain but the results can be very appealing.

Mavericks are an urge. A hunch. A higher origin than first foreseen.

Inquisitive questions abound like:

  • Will the project or hobby or cause be right and true?
  • More than that, ridiculed and quickly swatted so rapidly?
  • Is it too small or too large?
  • Too complicated or too simple?
  • Is it sophisticated or haughty or to plain or ordinary?

With all of these concepts nagging consistently, the innovator goes further undaunted. With perseverance, plus 1,274,459 hours of hard labor (hardy har har,) the painstaking efforts were both delighted and infuriating wrapped up with worry and doubt to boot.

Critics and Supporters

Then, of course, were the reaction to other individuals. The trailblazer thought about their critics and supporters all at the same time when considering the process of these newfangled ideas.

Were they energetic? Mind-blowing? Thought-provoking? Bored? Empathetic? Laughable?

Basically, will it work?

The pioneer chuckled because whatever the backlash, good or bad, the impression will always go in a positive direction. A leader and squarely focused on results, by hook or by crook, this person was on a mission and no one was going to get in the way.

Mavericks: Breakthrough With Gusto

A compelling story wouldn’t you say? But it rings true in what you, me and everyone else that has the capability of true gifted and the talent for an acumen of inventing beyond the normal curve.

Everyone can be in the queue and wait until the number is called; it is inevitable and logical… I am not arguing that point at all. However, sometimes we need to breakthrough, be a risk taker and can I say, fail before one succeeds.

Be entrepreneurs. Against the grade.

In some senses, it is like rugby players; we play with abandon, bruised and roughed up, but towards the end, especially if we win, the victory is so much sweeter.


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