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Granville T. Woods – The Black Edison

Granville T. Woods – The Black Edison

As a self taught inventor myself, I love hearing stories of other inventors who pulled themselves up by their bootstraps and simply figured everything out. Granville T. Woods, also known as the Black Edison, was that kind of person. He literally learned on the job and...

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The Invention of Take Out Food

The Invention of Take Out Food

Fast food and takeout food has changed a lot over the years, but it actually started in ancient Rome. Many people didn't have kitchens to prepare food at home, or like today, simply didn't have the time to prepare a meal. Thermapolias sprang up to solve the problem....

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Women in the Food Science Industry

Women in the Food Science Industry

I spend a lot of my career as an innovation keynote speaker speaking to scientists and engineers. The audiences are already creative and innovate so I don't have to explain how important creativity is, they are already practicing it every day. Though many STEM careers...

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Inventor Sees an Opportunity Others Missed

Inventor Sees an Opportunity Others Missed

All inventors are innovators, and being an innovator quite often means being ahead of your time. An Inventor also sees an opportunity others miss. This was the case for a woman inventor named Mary Anderson. In 1902 she took a trip to New York City from her hometown in...

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How Social Distancing Affects Creativity

How Social Distancing Affects Creativity

As more people are being asked to work from home, I've been wondering how social distancing affects creativity. As human beings, we are social creatures. We crave the company of others and anticipate sharing our stories and feelings with other people. The state of CA...

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A Lesson in Curiosity

A Lesson in Curiosity

As an innovation keynote speaker I travel a lot. As much as I hate waiting at airports and the grind of actual travel, I love being in a different place, meeting new people, and seeing new things I can't see in my own little universe. It always surprises me when I...

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Hiring for Innovation

Hiring for Innovation

With all of the businesses I’ve run I can’t remember ever asking anyone for a resume. Of course I want to know that the person can do the job, but I’m much more interested in other qualities, like creativity, curiosity and enthusiasm. If someone comes in for a job...

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Creative Innovation Group

My goal is to bring you as much value as possible and make you look like a rock star in the eyes of your audience.

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11301 Olympic Blvd. Los Angeles, CA

(310) 444 - 7788

julie@creativeinnovationgroup.com

Creative Innovation Group

My goal is to bring you as much value as possible and make you look like a rock star in the eyes of your audience.

Contact Us

11301 Olympic Blvd. Los Angeles, CA

(310) 444 - 7788

julie@creativeinnovationgroup.com