Like the monkey holding the fruit, many of us cling to the past with clenched fists. We clutch to painful memories, we hold grudges, and we harbour what-ifs. We defend successes, mental models and the personas we have worked hard to develop. When we dwell on the past, we use up valuable energy that we could use to create our future.
Posted 12 months ago Tagged Aidan McCullen Aidan McCullen Innovation Aidan McCullen Podcast Dan Millman Meditation Mindfulness Peaceful Heart Peaceful Warrio Spiritual Warrior
We welcome the author of Peaceful Heart, Warrior Spirit, Dan Millman
Posted 1 year ago Tagged Aidan McCullen Innovation Guy Perelmuter Guy Perelmuter Present Future Guy Perelmuter Video Present Future Podcast The Innovation Show
It is a pleasure to welcome the author of “Present Future: Business, Science, and the Deep Tech Revolution” Guy Perelmuter, welcome to the show.
Posted 1 year ago Tagged Aidan McCullen Aidan McCullen Innovation Business Corporate Culture Disruption Innovation Jane McConnell Leadership The Gig Mindset Advantage Transformation
Found at all levels of the workforce but often stifled by managers, gig mindsetters are disruptors who upend business as usual and bridge gaps while achieving surprising outcomes and charting new directions. Six case studies of early adopters illustrate how it is shaping business in diverse fields: science and technology, industrial energy, healthcare, financial services, agricultural commodity trading and legal services.
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We welcome friend of the Innovation Show and author of yet another fantastic book, Smart Growth: How to Grow Your People to Grow Your Company, Whitney Johnson.
Posted 1 year ago Tagged Aidan McCullen Blog Aidan McCullen Innovation Are you on the bus to Abilene? Bus to Abilene Meaning Gainsayer or Naysayer Speaking up tp Power What does Bus to Abilene Mean? What is a Gainsayer?
Are we on a bus to Abilene? Is it ok for people to speak up when they think something is not right? Are they gainsayers or Naysayers?
Posted 2 years ago Tagged Aidan McCullen Aidan McCullen Blog Aidan McCullen Innovation Dan Roam Pens Pens of Innovation Aidan McCullen
When a group collaborates, empathy is often assumed to be present, but it is rarely the case. I believe it is a good idea for the group to highlight the need for empathy so that all voices are heard and the room is not dominated by the extraverts or the HiPPO: Highest Paid Person’s Opinion. In addition, when we consider where each person is “coming from” (empathy) and when we agree on ways of working, we are less likely to hold back on our suggestions or withhold beneficial critique.
Posted 2 years ago Tagged Aidan McCullen Blog Aidan McCullen Innovation Aidan McCullen Undisruptable Michelin and the Michelin Guide The Strategy behind the Michelin Guide What are Complements Why Tesla is Opening restaurants
Why Tesla is opening Restaurants, Why did Michelin Start a Food guide, the answer lies in complements.
Posted 2 years ago Tagged Aidan McCullen Blog Aidan McCullen Innovation Aidan McCullen Undisruptable The Thursday Thought To Be List Not to Do Lists
It is far more important to work on a to be list before a to-do list. Aidan McCullen Blog.
Posted 2 years ago Tagged Aidan McCullen Blog Aidan McCullen Innovation Aidan McCullen Undisruptable Buy in for Innovation Jean Claude Van Damme Predator Predator Predator Effect Predator Suit story The Original Predator Suit
The consultation, the strategy and the sign off are all important parts of the process, but the real change only happens when the rubber hits the road. If you spend all your budget on the script, the expert opinions and the cast and skimp on the execution you fall prey to what I call “The Predator Effect”. Execution without strategy is better than strategy without execution. We learn from execution, what works and equally, if not more valid, what doesn’t work.