Great ideas don’t form through presentation and feedback.

They for through interaction and interruption.

Interaction instead of presentation because there’s an active dialogue going on to refine the idea rather than just bouncing the idea off the audience like we do in presentation.

Interruption instead of feedback because a modification to idea doesn’t need a whole change but change in parts (interruption could be that small change).Feedback is not innovative that’s why it’s called ‘feed’-‘back’.There’s is no action towards change but only opinion about whether the idea was good or bad.


To become successful you need to do two things: (a) have an idea and (b) act on it.You can’t have success unless you have an idea to materialize.And you can’t have success unless you materialize your idea.

Both idea and action come at a cost.But the costs differ.Idea comes at a cost of experience.Action comes at the cost of money.You may take the risk and pay the cost.Or you may wait a while for the cost to change in your favor.

But both of them also come at the cost of time.A cost that is due on all of us.If time is a cost we are all eventually going to pay,might as well make the best out of it.