Not every idea needs to be HUGE.
Some of the best ideas start out small.
Taking small steps forward frequently leads to big breakthroughs.
Spend a little time each day thinking of one or two micro-improvements you can take to make your job a little better, your products a little more innovative, or to streamline a procedure and make it go just a little faster.
Just one little idea multiplied a thousand times can result in the cumulative success of thousands (if not millions) of dollars in additional profit, customer goodwill, and increased sales.
You doubt me?
Someone had to be the first person to put cheese on a burger.
That’s just one small improvement that led to millions of dollars in additional annual revenue in the food industry.
And then someone made another small improvement and added BACON.