Innovation should be accessible to and we argue - is more important for - the common everyday citizen. The average person should understand, be able to afford, and clearly see ways to integrate new products and ideas into their daily lives. New concepts should disrupt without forcing someone to uproot their existing worlds. That seamless disruption then improves and enriches a person's current life, not the life someone else is forcing you to embrace. For us, that's innovation.

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You've done it before and you can do it now. See the positive possibilities. Redirect the substantial energy of your frustration and turn it into positive, effective, unstoppable determination.

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By: Ralph Marston

One of the deepest things you can do - in terms of enriching yourself as a human being - is communicating with the soul of another human being through art.

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By: Dr. David Winiewicz
From: Frazetta: Painting With Fire

Context:
Frazetta Historian Dr. David Winiewicz says this during an interview for the Frank Frazetta documentary Frazetta: Painting With Fire.