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Description: Here it is: Six Pixels of Separation – Episode #815 – Host: Mitch Joel. At Stanford University’s world-renowned Hasso Plattner Institute of Design, aka “the,” students and faculty, experts and seekers bring together diverse perspectives to tackle ambitious projects. In her new book, Creative Acts for Curious People, Sarah Stein Greenberg creates a provocative and highly visual companion that is a definitive resource for people who aim to draw on their curiosity and creativity in the face of uncertainty. Teeming with ideas about discovery, learning, and leading the way through unknown creative territory, Creative Acts for Curious People includes memorable stories and more than eighty innovative exercises. Sarah is the Executive Director of the Stanford She leads a community of designers, faculty, and other innovative thinkers who help people unlock their creative abilities and apply them to the world. Sarah speaks regularly at universities and global conferences on design, business, and education. She holds an MBA from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business and a BA in history from Oberlin College. Sarah also serves as a trustee for the global conservation organization Rare. Enjoy the conversation…

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Date: Feb 20, 2022


Questions for discussion:

  • What does Sarah Stein Greenberg say about the power and utility of unleashing individual creativity?
  • What do you think of her strategic thinking?
  • Can you demonstrate this strategy by illustrating an example that you personally experienced?