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Albert Einstein developed his relativity theory while on the clock at the patent office. We all have great ideas we want to share and develop, but the luxury of time to work on them exclusively rarely ...

Albert Einstein developed his relativity theory while on the clock at the patent office. We all have great ideas we want to share and develop, but the luxury of time to work on them exclusively rarely exists. What if you could be like Einstein and get paid to experiment with and develop your ideas? In my session I give a first hand account of how I went from being burned out to holding a hot new idea ready to market, all while working for a Fortune 8 behemoth.

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PCamp7 Session:  Copying Einstein – Germinate Your Great Idea While on the Payroll PCamp7 Session: Copying Einstein – Germinate Your Great Idea While on the Payroll Presentation Transcript

  • Copying Einstein Sander Biehn, AT&T Account Manager, Intrapreneur and Product Camper August 17, 2013
  • Albert Einstein 1904
  • The struggle for innovation and job satisfaction VS.
  • The innovative spirit: 3 strategies • Approach each day differently • Redefine your job • Don’t let go of your dreams (even temporarily)
  • Dan Pink “the secret to high performance and satisfaction-at work, at school, and at home—is the deeply human need to direct our own lives, to learn and create new things, and to do better by ourselves and our world.”