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This is a very solid thought. I think the gas/oil industry could learn something from this idea in the pursuit of a 'greener' energy source. The technology is here and that industry has the opportunity to be a front runner in implementing it, but just as you said, they have to be willing to 'blow up their business.”

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Not that it's central to the point of your post, but the Apple Lisa had a graphical user interface. Jobs visited Xerox Parc in 1979, where he first saw a GUI (and a mouse) and brought those back to Apple.

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I'm a fan of forward thinkers/visionaries, and have adopted a simple view of change. It's happening at the relative speed of light compared to only a century ago. So, don't get attached to any of the shiny new technology, because they are all like neutrinos in the scheme of how their rapid life span is.

Here's one for you... WHY did Cisco blow up the FLIP camera that was doing so well in the market? Maybe they learned the lesson the Kodak and Xerox missed?

Venkat

Great post Mr.Sinek. I am not thinking about oil companies but my own.

Thanks for the input.

Steph Davis

So sad that Rochester, NY has faced both Kodak and Xerox's downfall! On to a new age of thinking big and looking out for the good of others and society - not just ourselves.

Greg Merrill

The problem with the 'green' energy sources is they are all much more expensive and/or less reliable than coal/nuclear/gas/oil

That's one reason they are called 'alternative' energies and are constantly asking for public assistance in either direct subsidies (like Solyndra) or implicit subsidies like the X% renewable mandate in state laws (California for example)

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This is a very solid thought. I think the gas/oil industry could learn something from this idea in the pursuit of a 'greener' energy source. The technology is here and that industry has the opportunity to be a front runner in implementing it, but just as you said, they have to be willing to 'blow up their business.”

Even further, if they refuse to, someone else will take care of it for them.

Here’s to the underdog.

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"...but the ones willing to embrace those ideas before anyone else does." So true!

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