Great innovations emerge from reimagining things we have either accepted or taken for granted
Thomas Edison didn’t invent light bulbs; he improved key design features. Tristan Walker didn’t invent razors; he customized them for African-American people. James Dyson didn’t invent vacuum cleaners; he fixed a major engineering flaw. Even though none of them invented products they are best known for, their genius was to channelize their individual frustrations into practical innovations.