I bet you are wondering what the title “Chief Imaginator” really means, huh? Well, one thing I’ve learned about being an entrepreneur and starting your own business is that you get to break the rules and make your own as you go. “CEO” wasn’t for me. “Head Honcho” wasn’t going to cut it. “Big Cheese” was too cheesy. Chief Imaginator fit just right.
As an idea tinkerer, serial entrepreneur, nationally published author including Think Sideways: game-changing playbook for disruptive thinking and Harper Collins published Bootcamp360 , innovation enthusiast, martial artist and host of imagi-NATION: disruptive innovator’s road tour, I created Imaginibbles to help people and organizations unleash their imaginative mind and unlock their entrepreneurial spirit in order to thrive. For the past 17 years I’ve built booming entrepreneurial businesses over and over again and worked with companies like Procter and Gamble, General Mills, Clorox, WhiteWave Foods, Gaiam, and IBM on cultivating innovative ideas and imaginative people.
As Chief Imaginator, I have a duty to think sideways, to break free from the old ways of business and rise above mediocrity. As Chief Imaginator, I empower those who want to stand out in a sea of sameness and gain an edge by tapping into their imagination.
I take my job as Chief Imaginator seriously, and if my sessions and products don’t make you stretch out of your comfort zone and stimulate new thinking then I’m not doing my job.
When I was a kid in geeky computer camp I won the “I’ll Try Anything Once” award, a motto I still live by today. This motto has inspired me to be a fearless pioneer, and it ultimately led me to becoming the Chief Imaginator of Imaginibbles, a proud title that I creatively implement everyday.