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The Creative Life Podcast : Creativity, Innovation and Inspiring Ideas | James Taylor

In 'The Creative Life' podcast, James Taylor reveals all of his creativity and innovation strategies and techniques so you can unlock your creativity and live 'The Creative Life'. As a leading creativity coach James teaches and interviews creative leaders on subjects including; how creativity works, the creative process, what is creativity, how to generate ideas, creativity exercises, creativity research, creative block, creative personality types, theories of creativity, creative thinking, educational creativity, divergent thinking, organizational creativity, creative cultures, and innovation. His work builds on other leading creativity experts including Julia Cameron, Sir Ken Robinson, Michael J Gelb, Eric Maisel, Scott Barry Kaufman, Twyla Tharp, Richard Florida, Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, Steven Pressfield, Tina Seelig, Josh Linkner and many others. James Taylor shows us how we can all learn to be more creative.
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Sep 22, 2020

In this episode we learn from Jane Anderson about Top Marketing Tips For Book Launches.

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Jane Anderson is an author and expert on Leadership and Communications. With over 20 years’ experience in Personal Branding, she has worked with over 50,000 people on building more trust and influence in their businesses and brands. Her clients include Virgin Australia, Lego, Ikea, Rio Tinto, and Origin Energy and she is on the faculty in Thought Leaders Business School, mentoring some of Australia’s leading experts in their field. Jane's blog was recently voted in the top 10 branding blogs in Australia and in the top 30 branding gurus globally. Jane is the author of five books including her latest “EXPERT to INFLUENCER: 12 Key Skills to Attract New Clients, Increase Sales and Leverage your Personal Brand to Become an Industry Leader.

In this episode, we cover:

- Choosing the style of your first book
- Hiring the right writing coach
- Top marketing tips for book launches

Resources:

- Recommended Book: Thought Leaders Practice by Matt Church and Peter Cook https://www.amazon.com/Thought-Leaders-Practice-Matt-Church/dp/0977572498
- Recommended Tools: Scrivener, Microsoft Word, Rev.com, Memomailer
https://www.rev.com/
- Official Website https://janeandersonspeaks.com/
- The Influencer Indicator https://janeandersonspeaks.com/influencer-indicator/

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Sep 16, 2020

In this episode we learn from Warren Berger about Marketing For Self-Published Authors.

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Innovation expert and questionologist WARREN BERGER have studied hundreds of the world’s foremost innovators, entrepreneurs, and creative thinkers to learn how they ask questions, generate original ideas, and solve problems. He is the author of eleven books, including THE BOOK OF BEAUTIFUL QUESTIONS, the bestseller A MORE BEAUTIFUL QUESTION, and the internationally acclaimed GLIMMER, named one of Businessweek’s Best Innovation and Design Books of the Year. His writing appears regularly in Fast Company, Harvard Business Review, and The New York Times. He lives in New York.

In this episode, we cover:

  • Marketing For Self-Published Authors
  • The craft of writing
  • Identifying the audience for your books
  • The power of questions for your writing process

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Sep 8, 2020

In this episode we learn from Dave Chesson on How To Become A Kindlepreneur.

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Dave Chesson is an author, Kindlepreneur and online marketing ninja. A Lieutenant Commander in the US Navy it was during his downtime there that he first got interested in online marketing and search engine optimization. But it wasn’t until he started publishing his own books that everything started to come together for him. By linking his online marketing skills with self-publishing he was able to become a #1 best-selling author across multiple topic areas. Today Kindlepreneur.com is his flagship, a place where he does everything possible to show self-publishers how to harness the power of the internet to sell more books and build their platforms.

In this episode, we cover:

How To Become A Kindlepreneur
Becoming a Kindlepreneur
Choosing your book title using Amazon research

Resources:

Recommended Book: The 10X Rule by Grant Cardone
https://www.amazon.com/10X-Rule-Difference-Between-Success/dp/0470627603
Recommended Tools: Headspace - https://www.headspace.com/

Resource:
Official Website - https://kindlepreneur.com/
Amazon Book Ads Course - https://courses.kindlepreneur.com/courses/AMS

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Sep 1, 2020

In this episode we learn from Elaine Pofeldt about The Million-Dollar, One-Person Business.

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Elaine Pofeldt is an author and freelance journalist who specializes in small business, entrepreneurship, and careers. Her latest book The Million-Dollar, One-Person Business, looks at how entrepreneurs are hitting seven-figure revenue in businesses where they are the only employees. How do they do this? Well by tapping automation and other technologies to scale their efforts. Her work has appeared in Fortune, Money, CNBC, Inc., Forbes and many other business publications and she is a contributor to the Economist Intelligence Unit.

In this episode, we cover:

The Million-Dollar, One-Person Business
The discipline of writing
Working to deadlines

Resources:

Official Website - https://themilliondollaronepersonbusiness.com/
Recommended Book: Superconnector by Scott Gerber
Recommended Tools: ScheduleOnce

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Aug 25, 2020

In this episode we learn from Nina Amir about The Productive Writer.

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Nina Amir is an Amazon bestselling author of works including How to Blog a Book, The Author Training Manual and Creative Visualization for Writers. She is known as the Inspiration to Creation Coach because she helps writers, bloggers and other creative people combine their passion and purpose so they become high performers and Achieve More Inspired Results.
In this episode, we cover:

Being productive vs being prolific
The psychology of writing
How to finish your book

Resources:

Official Website – https://ninaamir.com/
Productive Writer Quiz – https://ninaamir.com/pwq/

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Aug 18, 2020

In this episode we learn from Cathy Fyock about Writing Your First Draft.

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Cathy Fyock is The Business Book Strategist and works with thought leaders and professionals who want to write as a business or career development strategy. She is the author of eight books, including On Your Mark: From First Word to First Draft in Six Weeks, and Blog2Book. Since beginning her business in 2014, she has helped over 150 professionals become published authors.

In this episode, we cover:

Writing as a reinvention strategy
The chunky method of writing
How to avoid productive procrastination

Resources:

Official Website – https://www.cathyfyock.com/

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Aug 11, 2020

In this episode we learn from Joanna Penn about Self-publishing vs Independent-publishing.

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Joanna Penn is a speaker, entrepreneur and award-nominated New York Times and USA Today bestselling author. Since becoming a writer she has authored 27 books and sold over 500,000 copies in 84 countries and 5 languages. She writes thrillers under the name of J.F.Penn and uses her full Joanna Penn name to write non-fiction for authors. When not sitting at a desk crafting her next work you’ll find her on stage speaking about self-publishing and book marketing. Her site, TheCreativePenn.com is regularly voted one of the Top 10 sites for both aspiring and professional writers.

In this episode, we cover:

How to be a healthy writer
Self-publishing vs Independent-publishing
Measuring your life by what you create

Resources:

Official Website - https://www.thecreativepenn.com/
Author 2.0 Blueprint - https://the-creative-penn-limited.ck.page/blueprint

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Aug 5, 2020

In this episode we learn from Michael J. Gelb and they talk about how to outline your book using mindmapping.

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Michael is the world’s leading authority on the application of genius thinking to personal and organizational development. A pioneer in the fields of creative thinking, executive coaching, and innovative leadership, he is the author of 14 books including the international bestseller How to Think Like Leonardo Da Vinci: 7 Steps to Genius Every Day. His other titles include Creativity On Demand, Innovate Like Edison, Discover Your Genius and Thinking for a Change. Michael’s books have been translated into 25 languages and have sold more than one million copies. Meanwhile, as a keynote speaker and seminar leader his clients have included DuPont, Emerson, Microsoft, Nike, and the Young President’s Organization.

In this episode, we cover:

Using mindmapping to outline your book
Wine drinking for inspired writing
Finding your original voice as an author

Resources:

Official Website - https://michaelgelb.com/

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Jul 28, 2020

In this episode we learn from Ron Kaufman and they talk about the book as a brochure for your business.

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Ron is the world’s leading educator and motivator for uplifting customer service and Uplifting Service cultures. He is the author of the New York Times bestseller, Uplifting Service, and fourteen other books on service, business, and inspiration. In 2018, GlobalGurus rated Ron the #1 customer service guru in the world. Ron is a man on a mission – to uplift the quality and spirit of service everywhere in the world – including with us here today.

In this episode, we cover:

The book as a brochure for your business
Getting the page experience right
Business models for authors

Resources:

Ron Kaufman Website - https://ronkaufman.com/

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Jul 21, 2020

In this episode we learn from Lisa Bodell and they talk about how to use your book as a platform.

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Lisa Bodell is an author, speaker and the founder and CEO of futurethink, a company which enables organizations to kill complexity, create space for innovation, and get to the work that matters. As a globally recognized innovation leader and futurist, she is the author of 'Why Simple Wins: Escape the Complexity Trap and Get to Work That Matters'; and 'Kill the Company: End the Status Quo, Start an Innovation Revolution', which was named one of the Best Business Books of 2012 by booz&co. Lisa has also contributed her expertise to a wide variety of media, including Fast Company, WIRED, The New York Times, Inc., Forbes, Harvard Business Review, FOX News, and CNN.

In this episode, we cover:

Finding the key themes for your book
The role of the co-author
Your book as a platform

Resources:
Official Website - https://futurethink.com/about-us/
Lisa Bodell on Amazon

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Jul 14, 2020

In this episode we learn from Jay Papasan, about the one thing to write a bestseller.

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Jay Papasan is the co-author of The One Thing, a #1 Wall Street Journal bestseller with over 450 appearances on national bestseller lists and more than 30 translations around the world. Before Jay Papasan co-authored The ONE Thing and the bestselling Millionaire Real Estate series with Gary Keller, he worked as an editor at Harper Collins Publishers. There he worked on such best-selling books as Body-for-Life by Bill Phillips and Go for the Goal by Mia Hamm. Jay also co-owns a successful real estate team affiliated with Keller Williams Realty with his wife Wendy in Austin, TX.

In this episode, we cover:

Understanding Book Contracts
Time blocking to get your writing done
Applying The ONE Thing to write a bestselling business book

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Jay Papasan's Website - https://www.the1thing.com/

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Jul 7, 2020

In this episode we learn from Honorée Corder, On Why you should write a Book.

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Honorée Corder is a strategic book coach and the author of more than 50 books, including You Must Write a Book, Vision to Reality, The Successful Single Mom book series, and The Divorced Phoenix. She is also Hal Elrod’s business partner in The Miracle Morning bestselling book series. Honorée provides group and one-on-one strategic book coaching to business professionals who want to write, publish, and market their books to bestseller status, create a platform, and develop multiple streams of income. She also does all sorts of other magical things, and her badassery is legendary.

In this episode, we cover:

Why you should write a book
The power of writing a book series
The expert or reporter model

Resources:
Honoreecorder.com
You Must Write A Book Free Chapter

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Jun 30, 2020

In this episode we learn from David Allen, On How To Write A Book Proposal.

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The work of my guest today has had a profound impact on the lives of many authors, entrepreneurs and creatives, including myself. David Allen is Founder of the David Allen Company and author of Getting Things Done – the Art of Stress-Free Productivity. If you are new to Getting Things Done or GTD, it is a self-management methodology that became a worldwide phenomenon and has helped countless individuals and organizations bring order to chaos. Indeed TIME Magazine called Getting Things Done “the defining self-help business book of its time” and the insights contained within it have enabled many to alleviate feelings of overwhelm and bring greater focus, clarity and creativity to their life and work.

In this episode, we cover:

Writing a book proposal
Why he writes the book reviews first
Marketing campaigns for evergreen books

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Jun 23, 2020

In this episode we learn from Dr Joe Luciani, About The Unlearning Anxiety And Depression.

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Dr. Joe Luciani has been a practicing clinical psychologist for more than 40 years. He’s the internationally bestselling author of the Self-Coaching series of books, now published in 10 languages. His latest book is called Unlearning Anxiety & Depression: The 4-Step Self-Coaching Program to Reclaim Your Life.

In this episode, we cover:

2:38 – Tolerance
5:08 – PTSD
6:03 – Anxiety and Depression as a Habit
6:55 – Insecurity and Stress
8:43 – What If’ing
9:58 – Being Present
12:26 – Cortisol levels
13:34 – Flight, Fight, Freeze, Fester
14:55 – Parasympathetic
15:34 – Unlearning anxiety
16:02 – Practice, practice, practice
16:16 – Separating fact from fiction
16:37 – Stopping insecurity level thinking
17:19 – Active ignoring
18:32 – Envisioning
19:10 – Responsive living
19:27 – Self-distrust
20:21 – Motivation
23:52 – Keeping focus

Resources mentioned in this episode:

selfcoaching.net
Tools: Sticky notes
Book: Siddhartha by Herman Hesse
Album: What A Wonderful World by Louis Armstrong

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Jun 16, 2020

In this episode we learn from Dr Benjamin Hardy, About The Big Problem With Personality Tests.

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Dr. Benjamin Hardy is an organizational psychologist and bestselling author of Willpower Doesn’t Work. His blogs have been read by over 100 million people and are featured on Forbes, Fortune, CNBC, Big Think, and many more. He is a regular contributor to Inc. and Psychology Today and from 2015-2018, he was the #1 writer, in the world, on Medium.com. His latest book Personality Isn’t Permanent debunks the pervasive myths of personality as well as tests like Myers Briggs.

In this episode, we cover:

3:03 – The changing personality
3:52 – The body keeps score
4:19 – How trauma freezes your personality
5:36 – Myers Briggs tests
7:04 – Carl Jung and the personality
8:33 – Content vs Context
10:05 – Mindfulness and Mindlessness
10:53 – Your current and future self
11:26 – Defining the person you want to be
13:08 – The goal should shape the process
13:52 – Personality as a comfort zone
14:22 – The goal of selling millions of books
15:08 – Your goals shape your identity
17:44 – Atomic Habits by James Clear
22:35 – Setting better goals

Resources mentioned in this episode:

To learn about Benjamin Hardy go to benjaminhardy.com
Buy ‘Personality Ins’t Permanent’ from Amazon at amazon.com/gp/product/B07N5H5C4N?tag=randohouseinc32228-20

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Jun 9, 2020

In this episode we learn from Caroline Goyder, On How To Find Your Voice.

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Caroline Goyder is a leading voice and speaker coach. For a decade she worked at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, a leading drama school in London. Author of Find Your Voice (2020) Gravitas (2014) and Star Qualities (2009) Caroline’s TEDX on The Surprising Secret to Speaking with Confidence has been watched 7.5 million times.

In this episode, we cover:

2:29 – Own the illness
5:09 – Demosthenes
7:05 – Speaking on Zoom
8:20 – The power of your voice
9:09 – The camera requires more energy
11:46 – Imposter syndrome
13:11 – Understanding your voice
15:58 – Finding your voice
16:23 – Taking direction
17:31 – Alexander technique
17:57 – Coaching for speakers

Resources mentioned in this episode:

carolinegoyder.com
amazon.com/Find-Your-Voice-Confidence-Situation/dp/1785042831
App: Strategic Breathing by Max Strom
Book: Anything by Sisley Berry
Album: Fleetwood Mac

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Jun 2, 2020

In this episode we learn from Lyn Lesch, About the Intelligence In The Digital Age.

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Lyn Lesch is the author of "Intelligence in the Digital Age: How the Search for Something Larger May Be Imperiled”. His book examines how our use of digital technologies may be affecting our mental capacities and emotional lives in ways that will make it increasingly difficult for people to explore the possibility of a larger, more expansive consciousness.

In this episode, we cover:

3:57 - Virtual learning
6:01 - Sir Ken Robinson
6:36 - Are schools killing our creativity
10:44 - Yuval Noah Harari
12:48 - Digital Minimalism by Cal Newport
13:32 - Being able to follow your thoughts
15:17 - How to not get addicted to social media
19:28 - Writing your first book
20:15 - Less is more

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lynlesch.com
Tool: Twitter
Book: Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Album: Highway 61 by Bob Dylan

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May 26, 2020

In this episode we learn from Freshbooks CEO Mike McDerment, On How To Price Your Services.

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Mike McDerment is the Co-Founder and CEO of FreshBooks, the world’s #1 cloud accounting software for self-employed professionals. Built out of frustration after accidentally saving over an invoice, Mike spent 3.5 years growing FreshBooks from his parents’ basement. Since launching in 2003, over 10 million people have used FreshBooks to save time billing and collect billions of dollars.

In this episode, we cover:

2:05 – Remote working
4:06 – Starting Freshbooks
5:28 – How to sort and sift ideas as a CEO
6:03 – Proximity to customers
9:36 – Getting the pulse of your organisation virtually
11:00 – Customer centric
11:30 – Skip levels
11:42 – How to know which ideas to build
12:09 – Generative research
12:54 – 2 week sprints
13:17 – Agile
14:38 – How to price your services
15:56 – Value based pricing
18;46 – Recurring revenues doing well

Resources mentioned in this episode:

www2.freshbooks.com/breaking-the-time-barrier-unlock-your-earning-potential
Tools: Moleskine & Ballpoint Pen
Books: The E-Myth Revisited by Michael Gerber
Album: Bananas

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May 19, 2020

In this episode we learn from Debra Wanger, On How To Deal With Rejection Like An Actor.

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Debra Wanger is an award-winning actor, singer, and certified wellness coach who has performed in theaters, cabarets, and screens from New York to Los Angeles. She’s a sought-after public speaker leading workshops at university theater programs and corporate groups across the United States. While working at CAA and as a talent manager, she helped guide the careers of many top Hollywood names. Debra draws wisdom from decades of working as an actor, talent manager, and lifestyle coach to give actors and creatives a holistic approach to their profession that marries mind, body, spirit, and craft. Her latest bestselling book is called 'The Resilient Actor: How to Kick-Ass in the Business Without it Kicking Your Ass’.

In this episode, we cover:

8:18 – Resting
10:13 – Finding your balance
11:07 – Developing resilience
12:30 – Coronaissance
13:15 – Writing lists
15:25 – Auditioning is your job
18:13 – How to deal with rejection
19:09 – Meryl Streep
21:52 – Feeling disjointed

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debrawanger.com
Tool: Zoom, Oura Ring
Book: The Bulletproof Series by Dave Asprey
Record: The Original Cast Recording of Ragtime

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May 12, 2020

In this episode we learn from Duncan Wardle, On Why Is Creativity Important In Business.

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Duncan Wardle is an innovation keynote speaker, workshop leader, consultant and the former Vice President of Innovation & Creativity at The Walt Disney Company. During his 25-year career at Disney he helped them develop some of their most innovative ideas and strategies. Ideas that would forever change the way the company and its franchises like Lucas Films, Pixar, Marvel and ESPN expands their impact, trains their employees, and solves problems creatively.

In this episode, we cover:

1:55 – Delivering virtual workshops
2:40 – Innovation toolkits
3:48 – IDEO
4:11 – Innovation teams
4:30 – Accelerator model
4:41 – Hackathons
4:49 – Developing a creative culture
6:11 – Time to think
6:21 – Breaking the rules of your industry
7:31 – ‘What If’ statements
8:27 – Being provocative
9:30 – Innovation vs iteration
10:25 – Creativity vs innovation
11:07 – What is creativity
11:48 – COVID-19 and creativity
14:10 – Virtual creative collaboration
15:13 – Zoom breakout rooms
16:12 – Virtual presentations
17:22 – The panel of doom!
18:33 – Creative energisers
19:38 – Being willing to fail
21:18 – You are B2C
22:57 – The Naive Expert
27:00 – Curiosity
27:26 – Learning styles

Resources mentioned in this episode:

ted.com/talks/duncan_wardle_the_theory_of_creativity_jan_2018
duncanwardle.com
Tool: Flip charts
Book: Creativity Inc by Ed Catmull
Album: Dancing Queen by Abba

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May 5, 2020

In this episode we learn from Troy R. Underwood, On How To Launch Your Side Hustle.

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Over 433,000 ambitious entrepreneurs start up new businesses each year in the United States. Yet nearly just as many—roughly 400,000 annually—go belly up and close shop. And only one-third are still in existence when 10 years rolls around. In his latest book How To Launch Your Side Hustle, Silicon Valley software developer turned serial entrepreneur Troy Underwood shows us that entrepreneurship and business ownership are distinctly different professions.

In this episode, we cover:

2:32 – What is a Side Hustle
3:55 – A business worth pursuing
4:25 – Finding your devil’s advocate
5:52 – Paralysis by analysis
6:20 – Create ways to fund your startup
9:39 – The role of the entrepreneur
10:10 – Basing it on utility
10:47 – Friends, fools and family
12:50 – Creative ways to market your side hustle
13:23 – The necessity entrepreneur
14:42 – Continuing education programs
15:26 – How to hire your first employee
17:54 – Do you have a scalable business
20:14 – Higher quality problems
21:12 – How to exit your business
22:48 – Strategic vs capital investors
28:25 – Writing a book on your iphone

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troyrunderwood.com
Tools: iPhone
Book: Ragged Dick by Horacio Alger Jr, The Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Clason, Losing My Virginity by Richard Branson
Album: Goodbye Yellowbrick Road by Elton John

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Apr 28, 2020

In this episode we learn from Mark Johnson, On How To Lead From The Future.

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Mark Johnson is co-founder and Senior Partner of Innosight, a strategic innovation consulting and investing company with offices in Massachusetts, Singapore and Switzerland, which he co-founded with Harvard Business School professor Clayton M. Christensen. He has been a strategic advisor to both Global 1000 and start-up companies in a wide range of industries—including automotive, health care, aerospace/defense, enterprise IT, energy, and consumer packaged goods. He is the coauthor of Lead from the Future: How to Turn Visionary Thinking into Breakthrough Growth, a manifesto for “Future Back” thinking and a hands-on guide to long-term planning, strategy development, and execution within established organizations.

In this episode, we cover:

2:15 – Points of inflection
3:32 – COVID-19 innovations
6:26 – The Bubonic plague and the Renaissance
7:02 – Cholera epidemic and golden age of Vienna
8:31 – The space race
10:22 – Future Back
10:54 – Questions as answers
13:03 – Invert Always Invert – Charlie Munger
13:29 – Taking an impressionists view
14:42 – Future state portfolio
15:29 – Walking it back with initiatives
16:14 – Vision to strategy
16:41 – Going beyond the core
17:49 – Building your innovation team
18:23 – Lead startup methodology
18:38 – Aligning leadership with innovation teams
20:20 – Strategic continuity
22:25 – The role of the board of directors in innovation
25:55 – Generative design
26:31 – AI in innovation
31:12 – Wayne Grestsky – skate to where the puck is going

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innosight.com
amazon.co.uk/Lead-Future-Visionary-Thinking-Breakthrough-ebook/dp/B07V3T98WS
Book: Full Spectrum Thinking by Bob Johansen, Seeing Around Corners by Rita McGrath
Album: Boston by Boston

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Apr 21, 2020

In this episode we learn from Jeremy Gutsche, On Futurism, Innovation And Space Beer.

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Jeremy Gutsche, MBA, CFA, is a New York Times bestselling author, an award-winning innovation expert, sought-after keynote speaker, and the CEO of Trend Hunter, the world's #1 innovation website with 200,000 idea hunters and 3 billion views from 150,000,000 visitors. Prior to Trend Hunter, Jeremy grew a $1 billion portfolio for a bank, and today, over 600 brands and CEOs rely on his speeches including Google, Disney, Starbucks, Netflix, Coca-Cola, and IBM. He's even helped NASA prototype the Journey to Mars. He has been described as an "intellectual can of Red Bull” and his latest book is called CREATE THE FUTURE: Tactics for Disruptive Thinking.

In this episode, we cover:

3:57 – A fascination for innovation
4:19 – Innovation exercises
4:47 – Corporate innovation
5:59 – Disruptive innovation
6:56 – Path dependency
7:24 – The 7 Traps
9:02 – Qwerty vs Dvorak keyboards
11:02 – Timing
11:14 – Universities going online
12:00 – Smith Corona
13:29 – What is the hard problem you are trying to solve?
14:32 – Breaking the problem apart
17:00 – Innovation workshops
17:33 – How to go to Mars
18:22 – Co-creating the future
19:44 – Space beer
21:01 – Trend hunting vs Trend farming

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trendhunter.com
Tool: Trendhunter
Album: Spotify Playlists
Book: It’s Not How Good You Are, It’s How Good You Want To Be by Paul Arden

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Apr 14, 2020

In this episode we learn from David Bates, On How To Brainstorm And Co-Create With A Team.

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How to Brainstorm
David Bates, who some call a high-functioning eccentric, thinks in stories, speaks in aphorisms, and wields a passion for storytelling that’s unorthodox, approaching idiosyncratic. Hired at Google as only 22-years old, David held an objectively unjustifiable amount of power. He built a content team at Google Maps and established a global production strategy that covered the Canadian Arctic, Taj Mahal, and Pyramids at Giza. Then he left to turn his side project, a wedding video company named Bokeh, into a creative agency. He now develops campaign strategies and content for brands like Google, Instagram, Airbnb, WeWork, DoorDash, Visa and more.

In this episode, we cover:

2:46 – Working within creative constraints
3:37 – Creative self-isolation
4:22 – Using your downtime to brainstorm
5:45 – Online brainstorming
8:47 – What is the story?
12:45 – Co-creating campaigns with clients
13:24 – VISA video campaign
16:11 – How to deal with rejection
17:14 – The politics of creativity
18:27 – Hunger and humility
21:46 – Empathising with your client
22:51 – Hiring ‘right’ people vs hiring ‘right now’ people
24:54 – Taking ownership of your personal brand
25:30 – Presenting your work using a portfolio
27:41 – Diversity of creative thought
28:23 – Hiring an art director

Resources mentioned in this episode:

bokeh.agency
linkedin.com/in/dbates0623
Tools: Notes App
Book: Creativity Inc by Ed Catmull
Album: Blink 182

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Apr 7, 2020

In this episode we learn from Jules Pieri, On How We Make Stuff.

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We Make our Stuff
Jules Pieri is CEO and cofounder of The Grommet, a popular online product launch platform that discovers, supports and sells innovative makers. These products can range from problem-solving kitchen utensils to high tech innovations. In her new book How We Make Stuff Now, Jules shares advice and inspiration on how anyone can turn their idea into a product they can sell.

In this episode, we cover:

1:49 – Growing up in Detroit
4:52 – Launching one product a day
5:37 – Meg Whitman
7:19 – The Maker Movement
9:09 – What is the problem you are solving?
10:31 – Scoping the market
11:43 – Joy
12:37 – Redefining a category
13:02 – Naming your company
14:18 – Crowdfunding
16:37 – Circle Up
17:31 – Citizen Commerce
18:56 – Stuff vs Experiences
21:38 – Apologising for future mistakes
22:19 – KPI’s for Makers:
22:38 – Return Rates
23:20 – Reviews
23:45 – Net Promoter Score
24:23 – Product Hunt
26:55 – Skate to where the puck is going

Resources mentioned in this episode:

jules.thegrommet.com
portersquarebooks.com
Tools: Notes
Book: The Opposable Mind by Roger Martin

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