Where do brilliant ideas come from? And, is it possible to do great work under pressure every single day? The Accidental Creative podcast explores how to stay prolific, brilliant and healthy in life and work as a creative pro. Host Todd Henry (author of the books The Accidental Creative, Die Empty, Louder Than Words, Herding Tigers, and The Motivation Code) interviews artists, authors and business leaders, and offers tips for how to thrive in life and work. Listen in and join the conversation at AccidentalCreative.com.
You Can Change Other People (with Peter Bregman)
You've likely heard the old advice "you can't change other people." Today's guest would beg to differ. Through decades of coaching, he's developed a method to help you help other people change and achieve the results that they want. Peter Bregman is the author of the new book You Can Change Other People.
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Die Empty Part 2: Define Your Battles
This is the second part of a nine part series on Todd Henry's book Die Empty. In this episode, we look at the effect that aimlessness can have on your day to day work, and how to identify a portfolio of productive passion that drives you forward in life.
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Oliver Burkeman on 4,000 Weeks
The average person lives about 4,000 weeks. How does that fact make you feel? More importantly, how might knowing that your time is so finite cause you to choose to live?
There are so many tools at our disposal for time management, but often our efforts only make us feel more busy and overwhelmed.
Today's guest is Oliver Burkeman. We discuss existential overwhelm, the efficiency trap, and how to reclaim just a little bit of sanity in a world obsessed with better, faster, more. His new book is the instant NY Times Best-seller 4,000 Weeks.
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Die Empty Part 1: Three Modes Of Work
This week we begin a new series covering Todd Henry's 2013 book Die Empty. For each of the next nine episodes, we will be discussing a core principle from the book and how it applies to life and work.
Today we discuss the three modes of work, and why each is important if you want to build a body of work you can be proud of.
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How Reading Affects Creativity (with Jeff Brown)
When we talk about the creative process, what we’re really talking about is the ability to connect dots and make intuitive leaps. Sometimes those dots are previous projects we worked on, or experiences we had, and sometimes they are from things that we’ve read or studied along the way. Today, we’re going to talk about the value of reading to our creative process. Our guest is Jeff Brown, author of the new book Read To Lead and host of the Read To Lead podcast.
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Bold vs. Brave Work, and 3 Elements of Brilliance
On today's show, Todd Henry discusses the difference between bold creative work and brave creative work. This applies both to the work we do as professionals as well as how we lead others.
Then, Todd turns to discussing the three core elements of brilliant work that he shared in his talk at Leadercast this week: Skills, Experience, and Motivation.
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Todd, host of the Accidental Creative podcast, highlights all aspects of prolific people and more in this can’t miss podcast! The host and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!
Love the insights shared in the solo show, the dailies
@schulmanArt host of The Inspiration Place podcast
Decent content, but host’s speech pattern makes me cringe! He talks too fast & runs words together. I’m sure he’s intelligent, but you’d never know it from his sloppy speaking style. Why don’t people who host podcasts bother to take some diction or public speaking lessons?!?