Eureka moments don’t usually come from people working in silos. They evolve from sequential layers of people and ideas building upon each other until breakthroughs arise. Innovators identify, link, and transform chaotic concepts, cultures and people into new possibilities. Interacting with people from different backgrounds and mindsets is key to their success.

It all comes down to this: We need to see real life problems to understand and design for the unmet needs in the world around us. At the same time, we need access to the tools and people who can turn visionary thinking into scalable solutions. We are only held back by a lack of access to crucial networks and resources. We need direct pathways to each other because, individually, we are limited by our specialized set of experiences. The more we share, the more possibility we can unlock.