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from Todd Henry’s Accidental Creative: This podcast is about the 3 core responsibilities of a creative pro, and how small actions in any one of them can lead to eventual brilliance, or decline. It’s easy to forget the compounding effects of small things done well and consistently, or the cumulative degenerative effects of small things
from Eric Zimmer’s popular The One You Feed podcasts: Eric interviews Todd Henry, creator of The Accidental Creative. They discuss… • The One You Feed parable. • What mediocrity means. • The Seven Deadly Sins of Mediocrity. • How little choices become a big choice. • How to pick your battles. • Why “no one
from Deloitte University Press: by John Hagel III While ambition and drive are sufficient in a world that is predictable, they are not enough in a world of constant change and disruption Ambition, even ruthless ambition, or a “passion for making money” or for “succeeding” is different than the passion of the Explorer. Each has
from Deloitte University Press: by John Hagel III, John Seely Brown, Alok Ranjan & Daniel Byler Up to 87.7 percent of America’s workforce is not able to contribute to their full potential because they don’t have passion for their work. Less than 12.3 percent of America’s workforce possesses the attributes of worker passion By cultivating
from Deloitte University Press: by John Hagel III, John Seely Brown , Tamara Samoylova & Duleesha Kulasooriya The forces of the Big Shift are driving both fragmentation and consolidation, fundamentally changing the nature of the relationships among businesses. Companies large and small have to be thoughtful about where they position themselves to be sustainable. learn
NPR review of Author Joshua Wolf Shenks’ book on Creativity: Joshua Wolf Shenk doesn’t believe in the myth of the lone genius. “What has one person ever done alone?” he asks NPR’s Robert Siegel. “We think of Martin Luther King and Sigmund Freud and Warren Buffett and Steve Jobs as these great solo creators, but