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Is it wrong to bring different opinions to my team and to see things differently from them?

With more than 5 billions people on earth, chances are you'll have strong competitors to your ideas. Make sure your point of view's unique and you'll have an edge over all others.

Having your own style and vision is definitely an asset, even more so in entrepreneurship

One of the biggest problems businesses have, mostly SME and large corporations, is that they have plain visions tightly linked to their historical customers and the way they're too scared to loose them. This locks things down and prevents real innovation from addressing the problems that really matter and bringing the most value to all stakeholders.

This is where startups have a chance to change things for the best. What counts most is how you see things, your vision, your will to make the world better according to you. That doesn't mean everybody who see the same thing will agree on it. But at least if you truly look from a different angle you'll have a chance to think differently.

Anything that makes you different from others is potentially an asset. A new pair of eyes helps if it finds things others didn't notice. Having a different education or a diverse experience helps to switch points of view, just as creating a heterogenous team with complementary profiles helps to achieve results that would have been deemed impossible by others.


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