Innovators must not fall in love with their own ideas, writes Jeffrey Phillips. It takes a cold, ruthless streak to assess each idea on its merits, and to butcher the weaklings for the sake of the chosen few. "If your innovation efforts can be as ruthless as JR Ewing, as cold-hearted as Gordon Gecko and as decisive as Churchill, then your innovation efforts will not be in vain," Phillips writes.

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