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AC Podcast: Quarterly Checkpoints

by | The Accidental Creative

Brilliant work isn’t just about the moment of creation, it’s also about the moments when you choose to step back and plan, strategize, and account for your portfolio of work. In today’s episode we discuss best practices for the Quarterly Checkpoint.


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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. pearcedk

    Todd. I love your thoughts but I’ve found it hard to gain traction on the principles you teach. In one of his books, Tim Ferris quoted, “what get’s measured get’s managed.” I’ve found that so true with my money after reading Financial Peace by Dave Ramsey because of his resources at the back of the book. I know that The Accidental Creative has something like this but it’s not so black and white. I would love to more easily apply your principles to my life. Would you create a resource booklet were I can record and manage my progress?


    • Todd Henry

      This is a great idea, and something we’ve tossed around from time to time. I will up the conversation and see if we can develop something that would help in this way. Thanks so much for your thoughts, Dustin.

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