What does it take for individuals and organizations to be original and creative? Michael and Radek share their favorite bits from Originals — Adam Grant's newest book that tries to answer these very questions.
We talk about why quantity vs quality is a false dichotomy, why procrastination is sometimes good, why we should share our ideas more often than we think is appropriate, how to avoid groupthink, and why being a defensive pessimist helps avoid mistakes.
- Originals: How Non-Conformists Move the World (Audible)
- Radek's notes for Originals
- How to Fly a Horse: The Secret History of Creation, Invention, and Discovery (Audible)
- Outliers: The Story of Success (Audible)
- The Podcast 43 — why audiobooks?
- The Podcast 34 — on morning routines
- Jak oszczędzać pieniądze? (Polish blog about personal savings)
- Interview with Sean Platt in Productive! Magazine №32
- Join our productivity webinar: How to communicate through tasks and stop using email to get projects done