Serial Innovation is focused on the development of new ideas to transform business, government, and technology. It is an experiment in innovation, a place to be challenged by old answers and inspired by new questions—a place for everyone who’s ever thought: there’s got to be a better way to do this. It is founded with the firm belief that to build a better world, we don’t have to reject the one we have. But we do have to reject the idea that it’s the best it can be.
Serial Innovation rejects the idea that all of the ideas have already been tried. Because the only thing standing in the way of a better world is the lack of a better idea. An idea that is not just pondered or suggested, as so many ideas are, but researched and designed to meet today's needs. Serial Innovation is dedicated to rejecting those old ideas and designing new ones. Because in this world the only authority is what is best. And it’s up to us to make it better.
Welcome. My name is Brendan Steidle.
I was born in New York and grew up in Florida with an alligator in my backyard. In 2004, I went to school at American University in Washington, DC. In college, I studied geology and indigenous politics in New Zealand and interned in Senator Kennedy’s office, where I enjoyed giving long and detailed tours of the U.S. Capitol building. In 2008, I graduated with a degree in Political Science and Public Communications.
Currently, I live and write in California. Recently, I wrote the even-numbered chapters of a very odd novella, co-written with my brother Jamie called “This is Zoic," available on Amazon.
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