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from Todd Henry and the Accidental Creative: This workbook contains questions, prompts, and other tools to help you consider and apply the ideas contained in my Book, Die Empty. Brilliant work is no accident. It’s the result of focused, intentional, and aligned effort over the course of time. By building regular checkpoints into your life
By Dr. Stewart D. Friedman-with Strategy + Business Magazine interview by Susan Cramm, leadership coach, author, and former CFO and CIO Do you ever feel as if you’re living multiple lives and that your various incarnations—executive, spouse, parent, friend, volunteer, artist, athlete—conflict with, rather than complement, each other? Many of us hold on tight to
Your mind is for having ideas, not holding them. That’s why David Allen created Getting Things Done®. GTD is the work-life management system that has helped countless individuals and organizations bring order to chaos with stress-free productivity. After decades of in-the-field research and practice of his productivity methods, David wrote the international best-seller Getting Things
David Usher is a musician, author, entrepreneur and activist. When he is not making music, he is equally passionate about using technology to build new and interesting businesses. His company, Cloudid Creativity Labs brings together artists, designers and programmers to work on a vast range of innovative projects, from building web platforms to creative consulting.
by Alan Iny and Luc de Brabandere of the Boston Consulting Group: A revolutionary process for sustainable creativity from two strategic innovation experts from BCG. This innovative book challenges everything you thought you knew about business creativity by breaking creativity down into five essential steps: • Doubt everything. Challenge your current perspectives. • Probe the
from the popular James Altucher Show podcast: Seth tells James that he had to write his new book What To Do When It’s Your Turn because he had no choice. It’s about what’s holding you back, that voice in your head that pushes you to be mediocre or pushes you to hide. “It pushes us