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There are many candidates for the biggest obstacle to innovation. You could try lack of management support, no employee initiative, not enough good ideas, too many good ideas but no follow-through just for starters. My nominee for The Biggest Obstacle ... [Read More]

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@Jow - it is, thank you for asking and for stopping by.

@Mark - we also all get into a rut sometimes, and go along with the path of least resistance. Life does have a way of getting our attention though. What is important to note is that we don't have to go at it or do it alone. If we're willing to make the stage bigger, we can invite as many others as we want :)

Hi Valeria,

There are a lot more talkers than those putting good ideas into action and making things happen. People/companies have always been that way and it will continue to be that way. Those making things happen don't make excuses, they just get things done. Those making excuses are the same crowd; those that can't get out of the box they're in.

Damn Good Advice!

"More Walk, Less Talk"

Hope your power is back Valeria.

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