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The 10 Most Creative People in Business in 2010

I was looking through my groups on LinkedIn. By the way I noticed that there is a great amount of activity on them this quieter week of 2010. I would suggest checking them out this week if you have not before. Meanwhile, as

I was saying, I was looking through my groups and checked out a discussion going on around the 10 most creative people of 2010.

Here is my response to this discussion. What’s yours?

“I love lists but it’s time for those of us who don’t have what I call a Level #5 Celebrity Status to promote our Levels #3 or #4 status to give us even more lift. In that regard I would add in Seth Godin at www.sethgodin.com who I believe will be revolutionizing the book publishing world next year with an initiative he is calling “The Domino Project.”
I would also add Chris Brogan at www.chrisbrogan.com, who, last time I checked Hubspot’s website grader (www.websitegrader.com) has more than 500,000 links coming into his site which is something like 10 times more than other top business experts.
My goal in my company is to be “the great promoter” next year, where, just like Oprah, I want to find the talent who will be on the list, above, before they are put on the list. I think we can all grow our own AllStar list that we believe will inspire us and others just as much as the above list.
The bottomline: it will take 10,000 leaders like the ones, above, next year, to more effectively dig us out of the huge hole we are in worldwide. So, let’s find and help those who want to help others now. Let’s promote them. Let’s move the “Make a Difference Needle” in 2011!”

Melissa G Wilson

Melissa has been a leader in the book writing, publishing and marketing arena for the past two decades. To date, she has helped more than 100 thought leaders write, publish and market their books. Her clients include executives such as Dan Weinfurter a seven-time Inc 500 winner and Orlando Ashford, President of Holland Cruise Lines.

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