Today we are all pioneers.

Recently wandering through a bookstore, I was casing the aisles for something to read, when a familiar word jumped out at me from 15 ft away. Without hesitation, I made a beeline to its call, snapped up the publication. Gliding my hand over its gloss I felt my adrenaline surging. It read, The Harvard Business Review OnPoint Spring 2012, with one powerful word emblazoned across the front: Reinvention. This was big. Inside, I found articles written over the past two decades on the subject of Reinvention. Stories ranged from corporate turnarounds, as exampled by the interview with Starbuck‚Äôs CEO Howard Shultz, to the power of one individual to pinpoint the challenges and necessity of a…