Why Isn’t Everyone Crazy Enough To Think They Can Change The World?
Gen Cruz

If we look at the true innovators today, the number is ridiculously small. Why? Because so many of us are too busy enjoying the innovations of the few. Society today believes in enjoying someone else’s work. We accept plagiarism, knock-offs, regurgitation. Our schools teach fundamentals and basics—never encouraging anyone to truly innovate. I’m wondering if the problem is mass production. Before manufacturers pumped out thousands and thousands of copies, we had trades—individual trades serving a relatively small number of customers. There was time to innovate. Now there isn’t even time to check the mailing address of something you bought on Amazon.

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