Meaningful: The Story of Ideas That Fly by Bernadette Jiwa

By Bernadette Jiwa

“The most vital ebook to your boss to learn this year.”


“Empathy, relevance, and affinity—three nice recommendations that can assist you make a dent within the universe. Jiwa explains a complete new option to innovate and alter the world.”


"A needs to learn for any entrepreneur or marketer. It’s choked with plenty of “aha” moments with a concrete software for you to enforce instantly. This publication might be extra to each marketer’s toolkit!"

—DIANE DIAZ, teacher electronic Storytelling & Branding, complete SAIL UNIVERSITY

“This e-book and the tale method Blueprint within are beneficial for a person who desires to disrupt their and to understand and really subject to their clients. Bernadette's special perspectives and teachings provides you with an important, empathetic instruments to understand the patron and be a profitable storyteller.”

—ANTONIO ZEA, worldwide Director, soccer sneakers, less than ARMOUR

"As dealers our destiny price and luck will depend on utilizing our buyers as our compass. via inspiring case stories, find out about the Innovation Trifecta and the way affinity that's earned, instead of recognition that's acquired can energy your enterprise progress. Bernadette digs deep to provide an explanation for why manufacturers that provide a rattling make a distinction and win when it comes to earnings, humans and the planet."


One of Inc Magazine's most sensible enterprise Books of 2015.

Our new electronic panorama has spawned an entrepreneurial tradition and the idea that anybody with a pc and an online connection has the facility to alter the world—to create an idea that flies. yet for each groundbreaking company that all started this fashion, 1000 others have stalled or failed. Why? What’s the key to luck? What do Khan Academy, the GoPro digital camera, the Dyson vacuum cleanser and Kickstarter have in common?

After years of consulting with 1000s of innovators, creatives, marketers and company leaders to assist them inform the tales in their principles, i've got stumbled on whatever: each company that flies starts off now not with the simplest proposal, the largest price range or greater advertising, yet with the tale of somebody who desires to do something—and can’t.

We don’t switch the area through beginning with our extraordinary principles, our goals; we alter the area through assisting others to stay their desires. the tale of principles that fly is the tale of the folk who embody them, love them, undertake them, care approximately them and percentage them. profitable principles are those that turn into significant to others—helping them to determine what’s attainable for them.

Our principles fly once we convey others their wings.

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There is a before-the-product story and an after-the-product story. The change that’s brought about doesn’t have to be as monumental as the changes that companies like Google create; they can be small shifts in attitude and perception, nearly imperceptible changes in habits that become rituals over time. Enhancing your products or services might signal advancement and feel like progress, but if there is no change in the customer, there is no innovation. What happens because your product exists?

On Christmas Eve and the throng of men who knocked off early to finish (or start) their last-minute shopping is three deep along all sides of the perfume counter. They are doing what’s expected, what feels safe and unobjectionable. They are acting on an assumption they have been conditioned to believe is true. Just as nobody ever got fired for hiring McKinsey to give business advice, no man was ever rejected for handing over a nicely wrapped bottle of perfume on Christmas day. A lot of business ideas are born from the same mentality.

Nick started Woodman Labs, did everything himself for the first couple of years, and bootstrapped his company. He put in $30,000 of his own money, his mother lent him $35,000 (and her sewing machine), and his father lent him $200,000. The first GoPro, which used 35mm film, hit the market in 2004, and the business made $150,000 in revenue that year. The business innovated and evolved to serve its customers, and digital still and video cameras were introduced. 3 million GoPros were sold, with the company grossing $512 million.

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