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What sort of special creative genius does it take to start a company or come up with a truly disruptive innovation? Entrepreneur Alec Stern, co-founder of Constant Contact and Point2Point Global (among other companies), argues that inside every one of us there's an entrepreneur, just waiting to break out. Creativity, whether in music or business, is a part of human nature: "Everyone has it—it's whether you unlock it or not," he says.


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How does an innovation overtake the marketplace? As our latest MindEdge video shows, the course of innovation can often be described by an S-curve: a new product makes great gains at first, but those gains level off after time as a period of incremental change sets in. After that, it's time to look for radical change, as proponents of some new innovation attack the defenders of the old order.

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Where does true creativity come from? Does it arise from a spark of divine inspiration? Is it a gift limited only to towering geniuses like Mozart and Einstein? Science says: Not so much. According to the latest neurological research, creativity can be spurred by such quotidian activities as walking, napping, and even taking a shower. This week's MindEdge video explains it all for you.


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