Ideas with no voice are merely daydreams. Dan Rockwell
Dan Rockwell stresses the importance of communicating, sharing your ideas and any information related to what you do and/or your company does.
I think daily about all I do not know and realise how challenging this is for my curiosity and for my business.
This is how a leader, a company should feel like: an ignorant yet learning human being, an evolving, experimenting entity.
A mindset that implies the acknowledgement of the unknown both at a business and personal level. Would you argue about knowing everything about the competition, potential leads, new solutions, new markets, trends etc.?
On the other hand it triggers a constructive self-reflection. What do others know about you? Your need/wish to express and communicate your ideas is the answer.
Experience the sunset like the time to think in isolation, brainstorm with your team and enjoy the sunrise when you can express your ideas with the right voice.
Intelligibility is informing; obscurity is confusing.
One of the biggest obstacles I see with the dissemination and adoption of big ideas is often their relative obscurity. If people don’t know about your big idea, product, or service, they cannot embrace it. People must know about the idea(s) you are advocating before they can evaluate them; and evaluation always precedes adoption.
Failure to communicate effectively can kill your big idea.