17 min

How to Introduce People to New Ideas Mission Daily

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It’s very difficult for people to adopt new things. Whether it’s Henry Ford’s Model T, Intuit’s idea of an automated accountant, or the teddy bear - people are skeptical of new inventions. 
So how do you “bridge” the gap between people’s current thinking and new ideas? Steph and Albert dive in with some fun stories and tips.Mentions:

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Crossing the Chasm by Geoffrey A. MooreThe Bessemer Venture Partners Anti-Portfolio


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Cathie Wood, Ark Invest

Questions, suggestions, or thoughts? Shoot us an email at info@mission.org
Follow Stephanie on TikTok -> @lifeandtimesofstephanie 
Hit up Albert on Twitter -> @albert4waves

It’s very difficult for people to adopt new things. Whether it’s Henry Ford’s Model T, Intuit’s idea of an automated accountant, or the teddy bear - people are skeptical of new inventions. 
So how do you “bridge” the gap between people’s current thinking and new ideas? Steph and Albert dive in with some fun stories and tips.Mentions:

a16z


Crossing the Chasm by Geoffrey A. MooreThe Bessemer Venture Partners Anti-Portfolio


Indesign

Canva

Tableau

Cathie Wood, Ark Invest

Questions, suggestions, or thoughts? Shoot us an email at info@mission.org
Follow Stephanie on TikTok -> @lifeandtimesofstephanie 
Hit up Albert on Twitter -> @albert4waves

17 min

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