The toaster isn’t broken? Well of course, don’t fix it then. While this is a pretty obvious rule, it’s one that really should be broken if you want to get ahead in certain situations within your professional life. Fixing things that aren’t broken leads to thinking outside of the box and coming up with solutions to “problems” that aren’t really problems – queue the impressive creativity and successful achievements from there onwards. Take Steve Jobs, for example, he created products that no one needed and the world went crazy for them. The arena of technology wasn’t “broken” but he certainly went ahead and fixed it anyway.