You may or may not know that The Accidental Creative podcast has been releasing new episodes weekly since 2005 – that’s almost 18 years. And, some of my favorite episodes are now so old that they are no longer on the podcast feed and aren’t available any longer publicly. So, I thought that over the course of the summer I might go back a decade and resurrect some episodes from the summers of 2013 and 2014 and replay them here on the show.
Over the next few weeks, some of the episodes will feature past interviews or ideas that I was sharing with listeners in the early 2010’s, including some concepts that were fresh from my just-released book Die Empty, which came out in September 2013. (Yes, it’s been that long ago.)
So on today’s episode, I’m sharing an interview with Simon Sinek from 2014 about his book Leaders Eat Last. Many of you will know Simon from his book Start With Why and his TED talk that became one of the most-watched TED talks of all time. His follow-up Leaders Eat Last was an exploration of best leadership practices at some of the most effective organizations in the world.