How to know if you can really trust someone.
What to do when your workplace is simply unhealthy.
How to build a "fanocracy" around your work.
Most of the work you do has to be accomplished with others. On this episode, we share three principles for dealing with difficult co-workers and clients.
How to come up with novel ideas.
A simple framework for getting it right.
What you choose to do every day deeply matters.
One practice that is prescribed in the book The Accidental Creative is a checkpoint every three months to get ahead of commitments and ambitions for the upcoming quarter. On this episode, we walk through a Quarterly Checkpoint and offer some questions and prompts to help you plan for brilliance in the coming months.
It's the time of year when many people are thinking about what the next twelve months have in store. On this episode, I share four questions to help you think about 2020 and set goals for life and work.
The three things that motivate creative professionals.
How to use your notes to spark brilliant ideas.
Developing resilience as a creative pro.
How to deal with organizational decisions, cultural forces, and other things that live outside of your ability to influence.
Your "sweet spot" of effectiveness is discovered through active contemplation, not passive reflection. The broader your base of experience, the more patterns you will be able to discern.
Don't expect your job to contain all of your creativity.
How to be brave in the face of uncertainty.
The first few minutes of your pitch can make all the difference between a successful and failed outcome. On this episode, Brant Pinvidic shares how to pitch better.
How to spend your attention on the things that matter.
Developing a mindset that will help you thrive.
What makes a great brand? As the marketplace changes, how do you ensure that what you stand for and how your customers view you align? On this episode, Blake Howard of Matchstic shares insights for developing a brand that resonates.