I just came across a site called FutureMe.org where you can send an e-mail to yourself in the future. My recommendation is that you register for the site so you can update your e-mail address if necessary. You have the option of marking your e-mail as either public or private, and you can read the messages that others post publicly. Some of these e-mails are quite interesting and even touching. (Please note that not all message are workplace safe.)
There is nothing remarkable about this tool in terms of its
underlying technology, but I still think it is quite useful. As a
daily innovator, you can use this site to inspire yourself and your
team to think ahead about what is possible in your organization.
To get started, let me suggest you and your team write FutureMe
e-mails about the big ideas you have for your work, your
department or your organization. Schedule the e-mails to arrive in three months and arrange to meet at that time to discuss how much
progress you've made in implementing those ideas. This is just one of many
possible applications for catalyzing the work of innovation.
Please share your ideas for using the site here at TDI!