The Creator Mindset with Nir Bashan


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Did you know?
Globally, 75% of people think they’re not living up to their creative potential.
Nir Bashan is a CEO, author, and speaker who helps business people tap into their creative side. His recent release, “The Creator Mindset: 92 Tools to Unlock the Secrets to Innovation, Growth, and Sustainability” is perfect for any business person looking to be more innovative in their problem solving.
In this episode, we discuss integrating creative action into our day-to-day responsibilities, transforming mistakes into creative progress, and being selective in the feedback we take to heart, among other topics.
0:00 Introduction
1:55 What is creativity and who is it for?
3:28 Uncreative adults make for uncreative organizations
8:32 The story of Dr. Ken Alexander’s cancer research
14:30 What is micro-listening when it comes to feedback?
17:17 Concept Idea Execution
19:10 Be creative in small ways
19:52 Arjun’s story about creative engagement in asset management
23:17 Return to office life?
28:00 Mistakes can lead to creative progress
34:06 One day analytics and efficiencies will flat line
38:25 First principles thinking
40:38 Iterate, learn, refine the process
41:47 Creativity was an integral part of our survival
44:20 Tech detoxes
50:33 One Final Question
References: “The Creator Mindset: 92 Tools to Unlock the Secrets to Innovation, Growth, and Sustainability” by Nir Bashan
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