Have you ever found yourself frustrated by a persistent problem? Or have you ever wondered why something you do is so complicated or never quite meets your needs? Our Everyday Innovator guest, Taylor McCarten knows all about taking one of those frustrating moments and turning it into a global business opportunity. Taylor shares with me how his frustration with the clunkiness and challenges of composting, along with his passion for working on climate change, led him to seek out solutions that didn’t exist today. As the founder of BinBreese, he shares how his willingness to be open to the surprising opportunities, not the ones you planned out, often leads to the greatest success, why asking for help is his superpower, and balancing what needs to be done today with moving towards his big vision helps his team stay on track and innovate at the same time. He also shares how the idea for BinBreeze didn’t come from what existed in the market today; in fact, it came from walking away from current options.
Taylor’s Everyday Innovator style: Inquisitive Collaborative
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