For innovators, pain means gain

04/2/2013 | Fast Company online

Innovation happens when people run into frustrating or painful situations, then find ways to fix them, write Camille Sweeney and Josh Gosfield. That means negative experiences should be seen as opportunities for coming up with your next big idea. "In other words, don't get mad -- get innovative," Sweeney and Gosfield write.

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