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AC Podcast: Chris Brogan on The Impact Equation

by | The Accidental Creative

Chris BroganChris Brogan is the co-author of the book [amazon_link id=”1591844908″ target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]The Impact Equation[/amazon_link] and the CEO/President of Human Business Works. In this interview, we discuss how creatives can have greater impact through their work, and how to stay fresh and engaged while serving your clients or audience.

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Todd Henry

Todd Henry

Positioning himself as an “arms dealer for the creative revolution”, Todd Henry teaches leaders and organizations how to establish practices that lead to everyday brilliance. He is the author of five books (The Accidental Creative, Die Empty, Louder Than Words, Herding Tigers, The Motivation Code) which have been translated into more than a dozen languages, and he speaks and consults across dozens of industries on creativity, leadership, and passion for work.

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  1. Lisa

    I love the Accidental Creative Podcast! Great ideas are thrown out there for us to catch.
    I’m 46, living in a life that we are taught not to get too close to the sun. I’m ready to throw that out the window and live.
    I do have one idea I would like to throw out there. Disclaimer: I have not read Chris Brogan’s book, yet.
    He mentioned a society that can’t trust, and we aren’t getting better at that.
    But of course not, look at society. We, as a society, don’t understand commitment, honor, integrity, honesty, etc. We can’t have trust without these on which to anchor trust.
    I work in a bike shop near a private Christian college. The last two employees that were let go were studying to be youth ministers. They were let go for theft. They don’t see a connection to their trustworthiness and their actions.
    I think this lesson of values that secure trust isn’t being taught by the way we, as a society, live our lives.
    We won’t have trust till we have these values back in our lives.

    Thank you for a fabulous interview and podcast.


    • Todd Henry

      Thank you, Lisa. Agreed that trust is crucial, and that everything operates with trust as a foundation.
      So glad you enjoy the podcasts!

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