Are you one of those people who’s constantly coming up with new ideas, only to question them a few days or weeks later, and realizing that only a handful of them actually seem to be a good idea?
I’m here to tell you today not to judge your bad ideas, but to look at them at stepping stones on the way to greatness.
As in your greatest and most original idea ever.
In this short and sweet podcast I introduce you to Adam Grant, author of Originals and the youngest full professor at Wharton Business School.
He not only has two best-selling books and a much-read Sunday New York Times column, but he’s also down to earth and highly practical.
In this podcast I share:
- The key takeaway from his book Originals that changed my way of thinking around my ideas
- Why output matters more than the quality of your ideas
- How I have continually developed and acted on ideas and turned them into product offerings that work
Key resources to check out:
- Watch: The surprising habits of original thinkers
- Get his book Originals: How Non-Conformists Move the World
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