Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything. ~ George Bernard Shaw

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Welcome! Thanks for joining me in a place that merges both personal and professional insight, experience and moments that I choose to share. If you have come this far, you are committed and passionate about creating success. With the right tools in place you are ready to make change. I invite you to get to know me a bit better. I am that person who can help define your path and help you execute the change of course to ensure active results and professional growth. If you read something that sparks dialogue, please do drop me a line, via email or call.

Organizational Innovation requires Guts and Investment

Organizational Innovation requires Guts and Investment

posted by Dave Dame date-icon September 26, 2014

We all have heard those stories of people on their death bed saying that their biggest regret in life was not taking more chances… I'm sure that there are companies that are no longer around echoing those same words. Medium to large organizations are good at putting out fires or dealing with crisis as death is imminent. Complacency is the silent organization killer. It is not in immediate death, rather a slow death by bleeding slowly until there is no more life in the organization to innovate and compete. Organizations are always striving…

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Achieving the impossible requires insanity

Achieving the impossible requires insanity

posted by Dave Dame date-icon September 21, 2014

Last week I achieved one of my goals. I set a goal out thirteen months ago to be able to walk 5 km to raise money for cancer research. Having cerebral palsy and spending the majority of my day in a power wheelchair makes this goal seems unrealistic or possibly insane. Maybe it was… But achieving this last week puts it in perspective...doesn't it? Throughout my life I have had to find different creative ways to be able to achieve the things I want in life. This forced me to leverage out-of-the-box thinking, technology, and to develop a way…

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