Innovation on Steroids.

Nothing is more inspiring than to see how founders and leaders alike have found innovative ways to right the ship or build a new one.

They are powerful reminders for you to take nothing for granted … think originally … always try and never say die.

Here are 2 great examples.

Bringing the Netflix Model to Baseball Equipment

How do you fix this problem?

The costs of playing youth sports have soared in recent years, as equipment has advanced and travel teams have become the norm. Recent studies have found that American families spend from $100 to $500 per child per month on sports, with one Utah State University survey determining that some families spend as much as 10 percent of their income on their children’s sports. And kids from low-income families are six times more likely to quit sports because of costs than kids from high-income families, according to the Aspen Institute’s Project Play initiative.

Here’s how.

A 27 year-old doubles the size of his theater chain

Here is another great example of innovation … in this case responding to the pandemic in very unique ways running counter to the rest of the industry. He’s only 27 years old.

The past two years have been horrific for the movie theater business – unless you’re Mitch Roberts. While most venues remained shut, he expanded, transforming a mundane trip to the movies into Evo Entertainment’s memorable mix of bowling, arcade games, comfort food, and booze.​

Captain Flint was innovative, too

Captain Flint also made some innovative decisions under duress – not a pandemic but a deadly storm at sea – so don’t miss the article about what he chose to do when were about to run out of food.

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