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Archive | March, 2011
Over the past 9 years, I’ve had 9 different jobs in varying capacities and functions. Before you write me off as capricious and fickle, consider this. The average number of jobs for folks aged 20-29 in America is 7. Since age 20, I’ve held 6 occupations. 1 more to go! Throughout the years, I’ve learned [...]
Hey All, PodCamp:Nashville was a smashing success. As a member of the planning crew, I couldn’t be happier with the way things went… Well, except for lunch. We had a great turnout for my session on overcoming creative resistance. I really hope some folks were encouraged to overcome their own resistance and put their ideas to [...]
After a vicious attack from a rogue coffee mug, my computer has been out of commission over the past few days
As I’ve been learning this stuff, I’ve come to the conclusion that these ideas are so basic and so universal that any organization could adopt them to make their organization more innovative.
You will never annihilate the resistance. What we can do, however, is learn to subdue and make our peace with it.
On Friday, we fought the irrational side of the battle against resistance. Today we’re going to look at the more tangible, rational side of the fight. This approach will be less “touchy, feel-y” and more “go on and do it.”
Enough talk. We’ve spent plenty of time dissecting and analyzing the varying qualities of the resistance. Now its time for you to stand up and subdue the monster.
Before we can attack, we’ve got to know exactly what we’re dealing with. The first question to ask is whether your resistance is irrational or rational
You’ve been dreaming, scheming, pondering, and fantasizing about your new project. You’ve been playing out what if scenarios in your head. You can clearly see what your world look like after you make this real. There’s only one thing standing in your way.