Sarah Shore, MS

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Who would have thought 10 years ago...

Personal checks, answering machines, classified ads, and movie rental stores--all things that are becoming obsolete. Could any of us have imagined just 10 years ago that we would no longer have a need for a land line phone, the Yellow Pages, VCRs, dial-up internet? What about a nice, handwritten letter?

Staying ahead of trends is part of what makes us successful in business and even our personal lives. Innovation is what creates the technology which allows for moving forward into a future we could never have imagined was possible. That's one reason I'm so excited about my upcoming "Creating Innovation in Your Own Life" workshop. As I learn more and more about innovation, the power of "group think," and even peer co-creation, I'm so fascinated by the possibilities. How can you use the power of innovative thinking in your day-to-day life to create success, wealth, happiness? The possibilities are endless.

Part of the process of innovation includes "rule-breaking"--the idea that often we need to turn conventional wisdom on its head in order to develop something new and valuable to ourselves, the larger community, and even the world. Thinking globally has taken on a completely new meaning as we think about the far reaching effects of our actions...and even our words.

Join me on February 7, 2009 if you are in the Philadelphia area. Purchase tickets at
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Some others on the list of things becoming obsolete? Well, stand-alone bowling alleys, analog TV, news magazines, cameras that use film, and even the TV news. I grew up with all of these things. Things on the list that I won't miss: ham radio, and drive-in movie theaters--all a little before my time. Hmm....

With Encouragement, Sarah Shore, M.S.

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