Suzanne Lucas wrote a piece for Inc. that gives our prophet, Russell M. Nelson, glowing praise. She writes, "Apparently, new and innovative can take place at any point in life. The difference is being willing to take a leap of faith, and work for the betterment of the organization."
We often think of new and innovative being the purview of the young, but if you want to see innovation and change on a grand scale, look at the president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Russell M. Nelson.
Nelson is 94, and his counselors, Dallin H. Oakes, 86, and Henry B. Eyring, 85, have made massive changes in the past year.
A huge change, announced Saturday in the LDS Church's semi-annual General Conference, was moving from three hours of Sunday meetings to two hours. That's a huge change.