As human beings, each of us is continually evolving. Each day, the decisions we make will either propel us forward or set us back; never leaving us standing still. In a world moving at hyper speed, the only way to stay relevant is to continuously reinvent ourselves. Soon after Howard Schultz stepped down as Starbucks CEO in 2000, the company lost its mojo and started to spiral. The rapid expansion strategy that made them an iconic brand turned into a nightmare of dissatisfied customers and employees. Schultz returned in 2008, and shifted his strategy towards making small bets. In his latest book, The Reinventors, best selling author Jason Jennings, shares how Schultz and other innovators achieve extraordinary results by mastering the art of embracing constant change….