“The greatest danger in times of turbulence is not the turbulence;
it is to meet the turbulence with yesterday’s logic.”
By far, the most popular question I’m asked. My translation of that question is: What’s the last innovative thing you’ve seen or done?
Like many, I love when people ask that question because it implies it’s common for something to be new, which provides a way for us to separate ourselves from the pack.
I call that our DF or differentiation factor.
The truth is differentiation really only counts when it brings value. In the skies-the-limit, always connected world we live in today, being innovative is neither easy nor for the faint of heart; especially when at the same time we’re also required to stay on the top of our game with the multitude of every day responsibilities. And, that is exactly why we must remain in a constant ‘eyes-ears-heart open’ state of mind!