If invention is a pebble tossed in the pond, innovation is the rippling effect that pebble causes. Someone has to toss the pebble. That’s the inventor. Someone has to recognize the ripple will eventually become a wave. That’s the entrepreneur.
Entrepreneurs don’t stop at the water’s edge. They watch the ripples and spot the next big wavebefore it happens. And it’s the act of anticipating and riding that “next big wave” that drives the innovative nature in every entrepreneur.