Awakening awe and possibility in your creating.
On this episode, I share a passage from the new book The Motivation Code in which my co-authors and I dispel some common misunderstandings about what drives us.
Jason Dorsey (expert in generational dynamics and co-author of Zconomy) shares insights into how to understand Gen Z, lead them, and unleash their best work.
How to have the difficult conversations.
Bringing who you are to what you do every day.
Use your calendar to master distraction.
How to handle increased expectations and pressure.
Eliminating false assumptions and ruts.
How to elevate your performance.
Mastery of business basics in a time of uncertainty.
Discover what uniquely drives you.
Navigating toward better work together.
How to be heard in a crowded world.
Four questions to ask when things go wrong.
You can't predict what will happen, but you can prepare.
Finding possibilities that are right in front of you.
Navigating tough conversations about race and justice.
Best practices for working from home.
A few small activities can determine success or failure.
Focus is the most valuable tool you have as a creative professional. How you define problems, and allocate attention to them will often determine your success or failure. However, many organizations allow significant "attentional drains" to infiltrate their culture and rob team members of much needed mental bandwidth. On this episode, we share three valuable strategies for building attentional buffers to protect the bandwidth of the team, and ways to talk to your manager about protecting your own attentional bandwidth.