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Uvumbuzi si swala la kitoto, mara nyingine unaweza poteza maisha yako katika kuvumbua

Discussion in 'Biashara, Uchumi na Ujasiriamali' started by Chasha Poultry Farm, Mar 16, 2012.

  1. Chasha Poultry Farm

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    [h=2] Huyu mjasiriamali alikufa akiwa katika harakati za kuvumbua flying yake

    “Small Sacrifices” Glider
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    Inventor: Otto Lilienthal (Germany)
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    Aptly nicknamed “the Glider King” by some of his peers and fans, inventor Otto Lilienthal if famous for developing and testing numerous gliders and other attempted flying devices. Lilienthal moved to Austria in his early years in order to try out his various glider designs on the Alps. After being interrupted by the Franco-Prussian War, in which he served voluntarily, Lilienthal returned to Austria where he started a business building steam engines and continued his pursuit for the dream of flight.

    His last days were spent putting the finishing touches on what would prove to be his final glider design. After taking the plunge from a 17 meter manmade hill, Lilienthal experienced unexpected technical difficulties with his craft and plummeted into the soil. He broke his spine and died in Berlin the following day. Among his last words were, “small sacrifices must be made.”

    The Wright Brothers are quoted as regarding Lilienthal’s findings as highly important to the developing field of aviation.



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    Mkuu ninakubali kuwa innovation or invention yataka moyo, and Small Sacrifice must be made. lakini hiki si kigezo cha kukata tamaa.
    Halafu mimi sidhani kama Inventors wote ni wajasiriamali
     
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    Wavumbuzi wengi ni wajasiriamali, kwa sababu unapo kuja kuongelea mfumbuzi wa magari ni Ford na ndiye mjasirimali hawa wakina

    Na mjasirimali ni yule anye fanya kitu kipya anavumbua na huyo jamaa alikuwa katika harakati za kuvumbua flying yake bahati mbaya alikufa wakati anatest,
     
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    I think you need to refresh your memory, mate.
    Don't confuse being an entrepreneur with being an inventor. Inventors make ideas work, entrepreneurs make ideas profitable. If you want to focus on ideas, become an inventor - not an entrepreneur.

    History is littered with great ideas - they're irrelevant to entrepreneurs. You need to be nimble and you need to act. Sony is a classic example. Few people know that Sony was founded on the idea of offering rice cookers to the masses. They failed at that idea, but Sony is what it is today because the founders were willing to give up on their original ideas and plans.

    Gillette is another classic example of a company that constantly reinvents itself. Every year they come up with new products that transform their own industry. We may end up with razors that take two hands to hold, but Gillette proves that innovation is about change and progress, not great ideas. So don't be afraid to throw out your business plan, adapt and give up on your original idea...and let your company succeed.
     
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    Rudolf Deasel, mvumbuzi wa engine za Diesel naye alikaribia kufa katika kazi zake lakini aliendelea.
    Diesel wanted to see his design become a real, working machine. To accomplish this he sought assistance from major machine manufacturers. Eventually he was hired to produce a test engine and completed a prototype in 1893. Early tests had dangerous results; Diesel was nearly killed when one of his engines exploded. But this test proved that fuel could be ignited without a spark. He worked diligently to improve his engine model, running his first successful test in 1897.

    Matokeo yake wote mnayajua
     
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