come about? As we have already mentioned, President John F. Kennedy in a 1962 speech pronounced the following words: “We choose to go to the Clipping Path Moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard” . Which would translate as "We chose to go to the moon in this decade and also face the other challenges, not because they are easy goals, but because they are difficult." President John F. Kennedy set this goal without really knowing how something like this could be achieved, but a few years later Neil Armstrong walked on the moon.
It was at that moment that his speech became a kind of philosophy and also an attitude towards life. Currently, many companies apply it and propose projects using and based on cutting-edge technology to provide innovative solutions that can improve the world and people's quality of life. Many of these goals are very ambitious, but they are the path to success and change. How to apply Moonshot Thinking in your company Step 1: unleash your creativity One of the first steps in creating a company with a Moonshot Thinking mentality is to allow the team that forms it to unleash their creativity ,
without limits and without restrictions. The most important thing is that the entire team that is part of the company can freely express their ideas, opinions, concerns... Without fear of being judged, criticized or censored by the rest. When this is possible, it is possible to obtain numerous proposals and then determine which one can become a project. The most peculiar thing about this type of method is that first the result is sought and then the way to reach it . This means that when a need to cover or an innovative idea arises,