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Description: Here it is: Six Pixels of Separation – Episode #754 – Host: Mitch Joel. There is no doubt that when it comes to writing business books on the creative process and how it flows in business today, Todd Henry is the gold standard. He bills himself as “an arms dealer for the creative revolution,” and that’s just one of his creative ways to describe what he really does. With his latest book, The Motivation Code – Discover the Hidden Forces That Drive Your Best Work, Todd has teamed up with three other co-authors, dug deep into the research, and is presenting a new perspective on what it takes to really get things done (there’s an assessment and more, as well). His first book, The Accidental Creative (also the name of his incredible podcast) was followed by Die Empty (one of the best business book titles ever!), then came, Louder Than Words, which was followed by Herding Tigers. Todd sees The Motivation Code as a shift in direction and his focus. So, if you’re curious to learn more about what drives you… and what drives everyone around you, you do not want to miss this. Enjoy the conversation…

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Date: Dec 20, 2020


Questions for discussion:

  • What does Todd Henry say about motivation?
  • How does this thinking compare to textbook models and popular thinking?
  • What should managers take away from this discussion?