I write about creativity, leadership, and passion for work.
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For many people, the idea of “study” died the moment that they graduated from school, but it shouldn’t have. Study yields great, unexpected insights for your work.
How to distill a set of principles that guide your best work.
A few profound thoughts on innovation from the man who helped put the Mars Rover on the red planet.
Are you stacking the deck in your favor, or leaving your work to chance? A few simple rituals can improve your odds of success.
If you want to become a great contributor in your field, then you must be willing to boldly choose between equally viable options, and commit to your decision. However, many people are unwilling to choose because they are afraid of missing out on something better. They fear that if they choose the wrong thing, they’ll never recover. This fear keeps them juggling multiple options for years, and as a result they never really make significant progress in any one area.
Todd Henry is an author, international speaker, consultant, and advisor. His six books have been translated into more than a dozen languages. Since 2005 he's hosted the globally popular podcast The Accidental Creative. Full Bio