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Good Ideas Don't Takeoff By Themselves

Did you know that when the Wright Brothers took their first flight, no one really cared?

There was no fanfare, no congratulations, no big crowd. Just five people were present, including the two brothers.

Even the newspapers refused to publish the story.

When the Wright Brothers offered their invention to the U.S. Army, the Army replied saying it was not interested.

Following their first flight, it took four years, eight months, and a lot of promotion from the brothers to get someone to officially buy their idea.

Good ideas don't takeoff by themselves.


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