ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: Entrepreneurs & innovators rely on this attribute to drive innovation | Geoff Haynes | TEDxBocaRaton

ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: Entrepreneurs & innovators rely on this attribute to drive innovation | Geoff Haynes | TEDxBocaRaton

Here’s Great Tip: Entrepreneurs & innovators rely on this attribute to drive innovation | Geoff Haynes | TEDxBocaRaton


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Throughout history, the greatest innovators known to mankind have consistently credited this attribute for their amazing innovations and insights. We are all hardwired with this very same trait, yet so few of us trust in its ability to drive innovation. So what is this power we possess, and how can we use it to drive innovation and change? Geoff Haynes is a serial entrepreneur and President of Ra Power Pro, an award-winning U.S. portable solar company specializing in non-traditional commercial uses for solar.

Geoff began his career in the marketing department of BMW of North America, working on the highly regarded “Ultimate Driving Machine Campaign”. He loved the challenge, but was driven to become his own boss. Soon there after, Geoff joined the first of what would be a string of successful start-up ventures spanning the next 30 years.

Geoff earned an MBA from the McLaren School of Business, University of San Francisco and resides in South Florida. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

11 Replies to “ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: Entrepreneurs & innovators rely on this attribute to drive innovation | Geoff Haynes | TEDxBocaRaton”

  1. Your talk on innovation makes evident what has been hidden behind the curtain. It is important that you correctly point out the value of a knowledge base to make greater use innovation to have a most positive result. Well Done
    Perry

  2. Great presentation. A very interesting topic that is not discussed very much today. Most people, myself included, rely on data and analytics rather than that “gut feeling” that Geoff mentions. It feels great when you trust your “gut feeling” and end up being correct. Now I know why; we are programmed that way. Well done Geoff Haynes!

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