Tag: HBR Ideacast
No News—unless it pertains to a goal; Infomagical day 3
Well, looks like I won’t be reading The Verge today.
Infomagical challenge 3 is all about intentional information consumption; time to whole-hog preempt the temptation to mindlessly click from tidbit to tidbit of news. In addition to pushing me to further restrict my information diet, today’s mini-episode of Note To Self offers a fascinating glimpse at 13th-century strategies for coping with information overload. Nice to find out that some of our information wrangling methods are tried-and-truer than I had thought.
Here’s a bit of news that I will be checking out as these items do pertain to my goal of being focused on creativity:
- Ten Habits of Highly Creative People on the Greater Good Science Center’s blog
- The HBR Ideacast episode Being Happier at Work and related article on the energy demands of high-intensity emotions
Happy 400th, HBR IdeaCast!
A leader sees greatness in other people. He nor she can be much of a leader if all she sees is herself.—Maya Angelou
The Best of IdeaCast podcast episode is a great compilation of interview clips sharing perspectives on leadership, values and conduct.
And if you’re looking for more helpful and thought-provoking ideas on professional and personal life, here are some more excellent HBR IdeaCast episodes I still love listening to:
- Taking Control of Your Time
- Can You “Manage” Your Family?
- Whole Foods’ John Mackey on Capitalism’s Moral Code
- Managing the Productivity Paradox
- Yes, Business Relies on Nature
- In a Fast World, Think Slowly
- What Successful People Do Differently
…inventing and pioneering requires a willingness to be misunderstood for long periods of time.—Jeff Bezos