Innovative solutions is like a savvy inventor - Unmistakably Herb

How To Discover Your True Innovative Solutions

- Last updated on March 17th, 2018 -

Like the TV commercial, out of the blue, watching our favorite show, the flickering light shines down on an older gentleman with a crisp new suit. On script, the pitchman informs us that, with a little bit of persuasion, we can be an inventor. That’s right; with ingenuity and innovative solutions, we can create a new doodad that will save the world and then some.

Evidently, we are envious.


At a little bit jealous…

The talking head continues that their company can send a kit that will send us all of the steps, yada, yada, yada.

Gazed Over

Usually, we gazed over to the next commercial with not an inkling of what this person just talked about.



However, whether we are oblivious, lazy or indifferent, it still gives us pause, doesn’t it?

Great Innovative Solutions Starts With Individuals

All of us thought about the great innovative solutions that were started by hard-working, stalwart individuals. In fact, if you think about it, inventions were all around you like

started by a flicker of genius.

So, my question is, especially in the lackluster 21st century, did we forget how to be a spark of ingenuity? Furthermore, did we erase the drive or inclination to strive for higher achievements? Most of all, are we not soft, but sort of ambiguous, of the consequences of our ideas?

Rise Up to Your Challenge with Conviction

Naturally, the answer depends. Even the smallest windows of opportunity, I believe that we can achieve outstanding progress with an entrepreneurial spirit and resolve.

Don’t stand by the normal standard but, instead, rise up to your challenge with conviction. More than that, you don’t have to be a rebel, yet be a maverick in your knack instead.



In a little bit of bite will do quite nicely.

As a result, innovation starts by inventing with a purpose.

Now go and build something, shall we?

Herb Silverman

Sooner or later, most ideas and suggestions will change; it's just human nature. My mission is to touch one person at a time with a positive impact, transforming words into tangible actions. To that end, I am a leader, networker, advocate, and blogger. I explore and examine energy and outlook, squarely focusing on leadership, productivity, salesmanship, adaptability, and quality of life (humor).