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Category: Innovation, Creativity

Jim Canterucci
Are you promoting personal brilliance among your staff? Jim Canterucci and Jim Blasingame talk about the importance of innovation and how empowering employees can cause it to flourish.
Karen Post
Do you think you're creative? Karen Post joins Jim Blasingame to report on some interesting statistics about creativity and what makes people creative.
Lori Pope
Ladies, do you have an innovative idea? Lori Pope and Julie Aigner-Clark talk with Jim Blasingame about a contest offered by Whirlpool Corporation to encourage women to develop their innovative ideas by offering prize money for the top five entries.
Michael Chandler talks with Jim Blasingame about the process of writing and publishing a novel. They go on to talk about how to use Michael's "Dreamweaving" system to make sure you're approaching the marketplace effectively.
When is more actually less? David and Jim talk about how more ideas, more people and more words are not necessarily a good thing, and why this is good news for small business.
Dan Heath
Many great ideas have failed because the weren't communicated properly and Dan talks with Jim about how to make your great small business ideas stick so they have the maximum opportunity to be successful.
Douglas Rushkoff
Douglas joins Jim for the first time to talk about why small businesses should make sure they're operating a 21st century business, not a left-over 20th century one.
Floyd Hurt
Floyd joins Jim to talk about how to turn the features of the things you sell - and that you love way too much - into the benefits that actually attract customers.
Phyllis joins Jim to talk about using the creative process to find naming opportunities for your business, your products or a marketing campaign.
Stephanie Winston
Stephanie joins Jim again to try to help him get organized. Today's visit is about how to unclutter and throw things away. Some of this was painful for Jim.

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