Put the “I” in innovation
“Innovation” seems like such a big word to many of us. We often talk about innovation in terms of paradigm shifts at the corporate level, or associate it with life-altering epiphanies in high-powered individuals.
Yet if we put more thought into the things we do every day (work, relationships, daily chores), we too are capable of innovation. Just by changing an approach to an old task, we can do things more efficiently, get better results, and derive greater satisfaction, much like the enterprising teacher in the following video clip: