I Did It My Way

Eliza Sapir Koren
2 min readMay 19, 2024


If There is No Way, Create One: The Power of Innovation and Determination

In the fast-paced world of mobile development, challenges are constant. As a Mobile Development Manager, I’ve learned that when there is no clear path forward, it’s up to us to create one. This journey requires innovation, determination, and a willingness to embrace a problem-solving mindset.

Embracing a Problem-Solving Mindset

Creating a way when none exists is not easy. It requires a shift in how we view challenges:

  1. Stay Curious: Continuously learn about new technologies and trends. Curiosity opens doors to innovative solutions.
  2. Collaborate: Work with your team to brainstorm and share diverse ideas. Collaboration often leads to breakthroughs.
  3. Be Resilient: Persist through setbacks and adapt to changes. Resilience helps you stay focused on your goals.
  4. Think Creatively: Look at problems from different angles. Sometimes the best solutions come from thinking outside the box.

Methodologies to Create a Way

  1. Identify the Core Problem: Understand the root cause of the challenge. This clarity will guide your solution.
  2. Experiment and Iterate: Try different approaches and learn from failures. Iteration leads to refinement and success.
  3. Leverage Resources: Use available tools and technologies creatively. Sometimes unconventional uses of resources yield the best results.
  4. Seek Feedback: Regularly get input from users and stakeholders. Feedback can reveal insights you might have missed.

The Reward of Pioneering

Being the first to create a new path is challenging, but it’s worth it. The satisfaction of overcoming obstacles and the impact of your innovation are unparalleled. It sets a precedent, inspires others, and drives progress.


In mobile development, and in life, if there is no way, create one. Embrace curiosity, collaboration, resilience, and creativity. The journey may be tough, but the rewards of paving a new path are immense. With determination and a problem-solving mindset, no challenge is too great.