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Nicole

I uncomplicated my thinking. I’ve given myself permission to tackle innovation in bite sized chunks & I’m getting trusted people in my network involved to test out my ideas and give feedback.

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Nicole

What’s holding me back is my own doubts and projecting into the future. My model represents the barriers and complications I’ve imagined.

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Candace

Mantras:
money supports me (chest supporting slide)
Failure is just a different path than I originally imagined.
I don’t have to see where innovation will lead, I just have to keep playing.

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Candace

Lack of clear vision, needing monetary results, and fear of failure limit my innovation.
Vision: My minifig lacks eyes and doesn’t see exactly what he should
do with his innovative ideas.
Monetary results: sometimes I think whatever I do should bring money instead of money showing up in other ways to support my purpose. (Treasure box at bottom)
Failure: The orange ramp wants to cause failure- by taking the ball or innovation off its blue path.

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Kim Bonavia

Time can also be my friend. With each project I undertake and each new technology I work with, it builds on my experience and capability. This is represented by a plant growing out of a wheel on the laptop in the centre of my clock. I’ve also added people around me at 12 o’clock. Discussing my project/solution with colleagues (and to some extent, others in the industry), I’m able to leverage off their knowledge and similar expereinces. This will reduce my ramp-up time on a project and allow me more time to be creative.

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