When we’re innovating a product or iterating a service, we tend to add value by introducing features and benefits. But more isn’t always better. Sometimes improvements and progress are made by removing things that people wouldn’t miss. What could you subtract or stop doing to improve your product or service? Image by Garry Knight

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Since the new Model 3 Tesla was unveiled just over two weeks ago 400,000 people (who have never test driven or sat in one) have paid $1000 to place an order. And while the price of this latest model makes it accessible to more people it’s clearly not what’s driving these organic sales. Think about…

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Do you remember when life was simple? A time when all tea bags were square and flat, and came with tea flavoured tea inside? Suddenly out of nowhere the tea landscape got messy and we had round bags, and bags with drawstrings. Tiny artisan tea companies sprouted up, selling boutique teas enveloped in gossamer pyramids,…

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