A Call to Innovation (Audience Participation)

I would like to thank all of my readers for being a great audience for the past few months.  Yesterday’s post ‘A Call to Innovation’ was one of the highest read posts of my blogging career and in all honesty one of my favorite to write.

However, I would love to hear YOUR definitions of the multi-layered word innovation.

As I stated yesterday, in my opinion, what defines innovation lies in action not just thought.  Innovation is more than a want to make a difference but performing an action that leads to one.

How do you define innovation?  What makes an innovator?  What are your thoughts on Obama saying, “The first step in winning the future is encouraging American innovation.”

I would love for you to write any thought, question, concern you may have in the comments below.

I’ll talk with you soon!

Sincerely,

Josh #theLVD Weaver

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About Josh Weaver

Joshua Weaver was born and raised in Plymouth, Michigan and attended Western Michigan University. He received his Bachelors of Arts, majoring in Public Relations with a minor in Political Science, in May of 2010. After working as a public speaker and advisor he then accepting a consulting position at Pricefalls.com, a Dutch Auction website based out of Las Vegas, NV. Upon completing two months of consulting he was offered a job as Director of Public Relations and accepted. He now spends the majority of his time researching trends and executing social media tactics to draw traffic to the site.
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2 Responses to A Call to Innovation (Audience Participation)

  1. Mkw003 says:

    When I think of innovation, a familiar adage comes to mind: “think outside the box.” In essence to be innovative, we need to apply new strategies to current systems!

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