I'm Todd Henry.

I write books, speak internationally on productivity, creativity, leadership, and passion for work, and help people and teams generate brilliant ideas.

In short, I'm an arms dealer for the

creative revolution.

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“While your work speaks about you, does it really speak for you? Does it represent you well? The key to making your work resonate is to uncover, develop, and then bravely use your authentic voice.”
-- Louder Than Words

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My Books

Learn more about The Accidental Creative and Die Empty, and what drives my work as an author and creator.

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Winning By What Standard?

Make sure that you define what success really means to you. If you don't, you may find yourself standing on the podium some day, and realize it is simultaneously your moment of greatest success and defeat. How you define greatness ultimately defines you.

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Harness The Power Of Your Authentic Voice

Don't spend your life chasing a vapor. Don't waste it bouncing from one comfortable place to another, hoping things work out in your favor. Commit to doing the difficult work of excavating, then utilizing your authentic voice. The journey is challenging and the hurdles are very real, but in the end you will point with pride to a body of work that represents you well. It begins now, in this moment.

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Things You Won’t Say In 10 Years

People grow numb. We acclimate. We settle to the middle. We fall in love with comfort, and in so doing, we forget that this moment is a building block with which we construct everything that’s yet to come. We make choices in the short-run that we regret in the long-run.

Create fiercely, love well, and die empty.