“Make sure you are not leaving things inside you that are meant for others” is just one of the many insights from my conversation with Todd. I was thrilled to have author, speaker, trainer and podcast host Todd Henry to discuss creativity, productivity, leadership and how to Die Empty.
To Die Empty is to live your life making sure you don’t leave your best work inside yourself. This is an awe inspiring conversation with one of the greatest thought-leaders of our day.
Todd has a way of taking the complex and simplifying it. His work clearly helps people stop deferring their most important work and to take action. He’s an idea guy that gets the importance of productivity.
Todd is the founder of Accidental Creative, a company that helps creative people and teams generate brilliant ideas. His latest book Die Empty unlocks the forces that cause even the brightest, most skilled to become stagnant and offers compelling ideas to inspire you. Todd’s books have been translated into more than a dozen languages and have been featured by numerous major media outlets.
- Getting vested in outcomes that matter to you
- What is Purpose Paralysis?
- Vision impact- where can you add value?
- Where in life and work are you waiting for permission?
- What is there about YOU that makes you scarce?
- “Die Empty”
- Accidental Creative
- Todd’s website
- Todd on Twitter
- Todd on Facebook
- “Man’s Search for Meaning” by Viktor E. Frankl
- The Creative Warrior Unleashed– Jeff’s 7-week training and coaching program to overcome the 7 Core Conflicts that stop creative entrepreneurs in their tracks
Offers and Gratitude ~
Todd is offering the first few chapters of “Die Empty” and also Daily Practice Index Cards. Check out Creative Warriors Offers Page where you can grab Todd’s offer as well as check out the free gifts from previous guests.
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