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Testing for Innovators, Silicon Valley

Testing for Innovators, Silicon Valley

People do indeed try to fake having innovative qualities. The amount of this behavior goes along with how the stock market is doing.

Testing for innovators:

  • To figure out if someone is a true innovator, you need to ask them lots of detailed questions to see how well they really know their stuff and how committed they are.
  • Pretenders often struggle to provide in-depth answers and their knowledge fuzzes out as questions become more detailed.
  • True innovators have spent years obsessing over the details of whatever it is they are trying to do and they know so much more about it than you ever will.

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