An interview with Lincoln Stoller, prepared for Authority Magazine.

Above them, a bright sun is breaking through the clouds, casting rays of light onto the table, signifying the emergence of innovative solutions.”
ChatGPT. Response to my query for an image for teams, creativity, and innovation.

I’m an inventor, explorer, and creator. I look at things holistically and technically. As a scientist and businessperson, I’m troubled by other people’s low standards of focus, reliability, and honesty. As a therapist, I better understand these confusions as arising from people’s lack of meaningful foundations in their own lives…

My interest in how things work comes from my desire to understand what I think and feel. Unfortunately, knowing more often isolates you and makes you harder to understand. That’s the lie in invitations to be creative: few people want new ideas, and most are threatened by them. God forbid you have a world-changing idea. It could get you killed!

Authority Magazine: What led you to this specific career path?

AM: Can you share the most exciting story that has happened to you in your work?

AM: What are some of the most exciting projects you are working on now?

AM: What are three traits about yourself that you feel helped fuel your success?

AM: Here is the main question of our interview. Based on your experience, what are your “5 Tips for Accelerating Innovation”?

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