46 min

Episode 16: Todd Henry, Author & Founder of Daily Creative Question Everything

    • Marketing

Author and Founder of Daily Creative Todd Henry, shares inspiration for marketing leaders and creative leadership.
You’ll get inspiration, insights, and more from our conversation with Todd Henry the “arms dealer for the creative revolution.” Arms dealer for the creative revolution is a fitting title for Todd as he spent two decades researching the best practices talented people can undergo to get the most out of themselves. Lucky for us, we got a sliver of his extensive knowledge in this episode. You can find more of what he has to say on his podcast, the Daily Creative, or in the many books he has written. 
In this episode, Todd shares his how-to’s for several topics ranging from courageous leadership to curing imposter syndrome. Our conversation gives you the tools needed to navigate different conflicts in your career. You’ll take away important lessons like why it is better to lead by influence, not control, and how morning routines disrupt the status quo. Tune in. 
What you will learn in this episode is about capturing the attention of big brands as a small agency from Mercer Island Group:
Why the future and the present belong to the curious 
The danger of wanting to always be liked vs being effective as a leader
Why a lack of conflict is often a sign of a tremendous lack of health in an organization  
Why leading by fear is not sustainable in the long term 
How to lead teams by influence, not control
The difference between self-awareness and imposter syndrome 
The key to overcoming imposter syndrome 
The two things talented people need from their leaders to avoid creative burnout 
Why managing teams and agencies through bounded autonomy sets you up for success
How morning routines disrupt the status quo and carve out space for your life
Todd’s journey from country singer to the creative leader he is today
Resources:
Find Todd’s newest book on what it takes to be an exceptional leader, The Brave Habit here
Read Herding Tigers for more tips that’ll help those leading creatives 
Creatives can learn how to avoid burnout in Todd’s Accidental Creative book  
Listen to more of Todd’s thoughts on the Daily Creative podcast on Spotify 
A More Beautiful Question by Warren Burger
Visit toddhenry.com to see more of his books and podcast
Connect with Todd on LinkedIn

Author and Founder of Daily Creative Todd Henry, shares inspiration for marketing leaders and creative leadership.
You’ll get inspiration, insights, and more from our conversation with Todd Henry the “arms dealer for the creative revolution.” Arms dealer for the creative revolution is a fitting title for Todd as he spent two decades researching the best practices talented people can undergo to get the most out of themselves. Lucky for us, we got a sliver of his extensive knowledge in this episode. You can find more of what he has to say on his podcast, the Daily Creative, or in the many books he has written. 
In this episode, Todd shares his how-to’s for several topics ranging from courageous leadership to curing imposter syndrome. Our conversation gives you the tools needed to navigate different conflicts in your career. You’ll take away important lessons like why it is better to lead by influence, not control, and how morning routines disrupt the status quo. Tune in. 
What you will learn in this episode is about capturing the attention of big brands as a small agency from Mercer Island Group:
Why the future and the present belong to the curious 
The danger of wanting to always be liked vs being effective as a leader
Why a lack of conflict is often a sign of a tremendous lack of health in an organization  
Why leading by fear is not sustainable in the long term 
How to lead teams by influence, not control
The difference between self-awareness and imposter syndrome 
The key to overcoming imposter syndrome 
The two things talented people need from their leaders to avoid creative burnout 
Why managing teams and agencies through bounded autonomy sets you up for success
How morning routines disrupt the status quo and carve out space for your life
Todd’s journey from country singer to the creative leader he is today
Resources:
Find Todd’s newest book on what it takes to be an exceptional leader, The Brave Habit here
Read Herding Tigers for more tips that’ll help those leading creatives 
Creatives can learn how to avoid burnout in Todd’s Accidental Creative book  
Listen to more of Todd’s thoughts on the Daily Creative podcast on Spotify 
A More Beautiful Question by Warren Burger
Visit toddhenry.com to see more of his books and podcast
Connect with Todd on LinkedIn

46 min