Love ‘em or hate ‘em, creative and original thinkers are what keep the world moving forward. They will drive the solutions for the climate crisis, they will fix our school system, and they will spearhead so many things the things the rest of us haven’t even thought of yet. And of course, we need more people like them who will stand up for what they believe in and see a project through. So what can we learn from their successes and failures? And how can we foster this type of thinking in us now? Listen in as we explore how even the most complacent among us can be a little more original.
This week, we’re talking about the book Originals by Adam Grant.
We’ll talk about:
- How procrastinating can actually be a really good thing
- Why you’re more likely to conform if you’re in the middle of the pack
- Why we haven’t replaced our oven even though it hasn’t worked in almost 8 months