Part and parcel with RQ’s strategy to grow our markets is the concept of planting the RQ flag. We actually don’t have an RQ flag, but we have the concept of having one, and when we plant it in a location it means something.
I read an article a year or two ago about innovation and what it takes to get people to buy into something that is a positive change. The point of the article and the principle it was getting across was that the new technology or product can’t be just better, it has to be significantly better to change our preference and behavior to be adopted.
As I sit here in the paradise called GTMO, I am full of many emotions, all of them good. For this Flywheel, I reflect not only on this past year as a whole, but this past year in the context of the history of RQ.
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