5 Idea Characteristics to Increase Traction and Adoption

How to give your idea the best chance of success

Welcome to the 250th issue of this weekly email 🎉 It is fantastic to reach this writing milestone!

I hope you are safe and well. Thanks for carving out a little time to explore this issue. Today we look at the characteristics of adopting innovations.

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