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Did you say that you were an N? I am, but struggle with the courage to fight nay-sayers. I think that this role will allow you to blaze a fresh trail for those who want to be in front of the wave.

Isn't it also your role to help people dream and discover something more valuable that they can't currently see. Innovation seems to be a move towards the more valuable at the expense of the familiar. I'd kill (not really) for a job like yours.

So, tell me about your boss? What kind of backup do you get as the designated change agent?

What a job Ben. Sounds like you were made for this one!

Great post! I've been telling Chad Johnson for years that Catalyst needs to find the next Reggie and Lanny and have them try to take over at Catalyst. Those two are AMAZING, but how fun would it be to see someone take on Lanny at his own stunts? Plus isn't Catalyst all about the next generation leader? Think about it.

Hey Ben:

Good stuff. Speaking about innovation, just saw an article that referenced something we spoke about over a year ago. The demands for town centers are increasing because of gas prices ;-)

That WiBo neck-sticking seemed to turn our pretty dang well. I can't wait to see what's next from you!

What would you say is the difference between advertising hype and inovation?

Josh, innovation is creating a car that parallel parks itself. Advertising is placing the ad on NBC primetime to promote it.

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