Productive tips for The Accidental Creative

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I had the great pleasure of interviewing Todd Henry, author of the new book The Accidental Creative: How to be Brilliant at a Moment’s Notice.

After years of putting together teams of highly creative people, Todd learned that there were some secrets and patterns that helped them be happy, healthy and productive. He formed a consultancy to help organizations be more effective and started The Accidental Creative Podcast in 2006 which quickly shot to the top of the business category.

He synthesizes lessons from this intensive work in his book which combines special insight into the creative mind, as well as specific tips for harnessing creative energy.

As someone who creates for a living, knowing how to structure my life for maximum output and flow is a hugely attractive.

Download our 30 minute conversation here, or listen below:

You can find The Accidental Creative: How to be Brilliant at a Moment’s Notice here, and more about it here. Connect with Todd on Twitter @toddhenry

Book links in this post are affiliate links. Thankfully, I don’t live in California anymore. 🙂

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6 Responses to “Productive tips for The Accidental Creative”

  1. Success and happiness are not an accident. They are the result of a conscious effort to be successful and happy. I was at two client sites earlier today. One company is successful and has happy staffers. The other is the complete opposite. Interesting how these extremes can occur within 1/2 mile of each other.

  2. This sounds like exactly what I need at the moment!

    Thanks
    Denise DT

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  4. Awesome Pam. Great interview and I’m so glad you helped me another podcast to listen to other than my own 🙂

    Seriously productivity is such a treasure when you master it in to your own life.

    Natalie

  5. fas says:

    This is an awesome book to read for all, can be such a boost for the creative amongst us.

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