“INNOVATIVE” (COURT REPORTING)

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I have a strong desire to have a great 2011.

I love setting goals and have the belief that positive thinking and action/energy will bring positive results.

Innovative is defined: Using or showing new methods, ideas, et cetera.

The New Year: I foresee our industry continuing to shift with new technologies making our job even more important to our clients. Today I met a professor at UCLA’s MBA Anderson School of Business. His favorite word that he used throughout the day was “innovative.” He told me companies that are innovative are going to be the successful companies of the future. During the day an attorney pointed out a realtime screen. The professor looked at my pink Diamante, the screen, and back at my machine. He commented under his breath, “Innovative.” Then during a break he made the comment to me (no one else in the room) that the Courts are backwards still using court reporters. “Courts need to be innovative,” he said. I commented back, “I am innovative and I can do things no tape recorder can do.” He replied, “Good for you. Now the courts need to be innovative, too.” I replied back, “Court reporters in court are very innovative just like court reporters in depositions with technology such as realtime and streaming. You’d be shocked if you knew what court reporters are able to do these days.”

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