Innovation at its Best

If it isn’t obvious enough, I love creating new things. It is a passion of mine that sort of takes me away from the stress of the world to work on new and revolutionary ideas. I contributed to the creation of Hydrofuel Solar Cars, I made breakthroughs in computational algorithms and great things related to Quantum Computing. Now I am in the digital world trying to let my creative mind do the talking. However, I am not an innovator at his best. Compared to the brilliance of people in history like Leonardo Da Vinci or Nickola Tesla, I am like a small seed in a very large watermelon. The brilliance they accomplished requires me to do much more to be in their shoes. This is what I love about history.

Not only in history are there mistakes to learn from, but also people to be inspired from. Great innovators have created a new standard for us. We can use technology to its fullest potential and keep going, reaching past the stars. We haven’t even been able to travel light years yet, can you image what is possible? If there are even 3 or 4 Teslas in the world today we would have been easily past Mars. This is what I love about innovation. You aren’t just making the world a better place, you aren’t just making people’s life easier, but you are enabling others to reach for that stars. This makes it all the more worthwhile.

The Cost of Brilliance

When many people read the title, “The Cost of Brilliance”, they will seem quite confused. Is there a cost to “brilliance”? What is the “Cost of Brilliance”? Our society has people of nature that are quite utilitarian or nihilistic in the way they are. People with great ideals, principles, innovations, and concepts are being censored and pushed back for being too ahead of their time.

We seem to be drowning in our own sheer ignorance filled with false illusions of accomplishment and grandiosity. We are histrionic and dramatic towards the things that are small, materialistic and in love towards what is meaningless, indulged in what is ignorant, and dissatisfied with what is brilliant. The world almost feels like a cult of mindless hypocrisy blinded and faded towards absolute stupidity.

We as humans used to be great and conquer mountains. We dreamed for the skies. We innovated for the greatness of nature and achieving huge milestones for mankind. Now we want mankind to be taken over by pseudoscience, AI entities, and mad delusions. We have the power to create with our hands what many societies never thought possible.

Even the late Prof.Hawking worried about how we dabbed with AI, and he himself was blinded by his own illusions. What I fathom is that one day science is what it used to be. We created things for the greater good. One day I want to turn on the TV and not see my eyes bombarded by stupidity. One day I want music that doesn’t bestow insecurity or unkindness towards the little impressionable ladies who hear them.

We as a society have greatly misused the technologies we been given. I as an innovator will be creating some of the greatest things that can one day benefit mankind and know somebody out there will probably be called great when he inevidently misuses my brilliance. This is why I say, even brilliance has a cost.

The Startup World Been Crazy

Right now I have been diverting all my attention towards Stark Drones Corporation, ChainTerra, and running Lonero. It has been a long process along with my research, keeping track of my Udemy and DigitalCPR.

Overall, it has been tedious but here are some things I can say:

  1. The startup world is intense and schedules aren’t always consistent

  2. It has been extremely competitive and saturated

  3. The work/life balance also isn’t too consistent

We as innovators are here to change the world, and in the beginning, most things aren’t going to always go great. Consistency seems like key but it really isn’t. One thing is for sure, is many years later people will look back at these great works.

Communication is Key

One of the number one reasons I seen startups fail in the past, was because of bad communication. Bad communication can cause trouble among investors. It can cause legal problems among co-founders. It can even cause distrust among the public regarding your product. Overall, in terms of management, proper communication skills are one of the most crucial. Without proper communication, you can't effectively run an efficient business. People want to know what is going on.