Here are my “5 Tips To Grow” for you, a list of what I’ve learned, experienced or enjoyed most in previous weeks.
What I’m writing / blog post of the week:
Creativity is one of the most valuable pieces what we are looking for in our employees, in our colleagues or friends and after all also in our self. Creative ideas can come from anyone, anywhere, at any time. It is crucial for moving forward, for changing the way we operate. If we want to change our old life, old thinking then it is possible when we use our creativity. So, creativity is a trait that should be celebrated and encouraged.
But in our society usually, there are a lot of people who shot creative ideas down often unintentionally. If you do not want to kill creativity around yourself it is important to learn and to aware some commonly used statements that most likely will kill creativity.
Read more here: Commonly used statements that most likely will kill creativity
The podcast episode I enjoyed most:
In the 1990s, Stacy Madison and her boyfriend Mark Andrus were selling pita sandwiches from a converted hot dog cart in Boston. They decided to bake the leftover pita into chips, adding a dash of parmesan or cinnamon-sugar. At first, they handed them out for free but soon discovered that people were happy to pay for them.
So they eventually decided to leave the sandwich cart behind and launch Stacy’s Pita Chips. They hoped the brand might grow into a modest regional business—but it kept growing. Roughly ten years after the launch, Stacy’s sold to PepsiCo for $250 million.
The video I enjoyed the most:
The Adventures of Lil’ Vee by Gary Vaynerchuk. This little cartoon should be included in every school, even for adults this will be so helpful. It is only 14min long. A ton of value! Cannot wait for the next episodes. Thanks, Garry Vee for creating this series.
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Inflammation: What You Need to Know About It – Inflammation is a pressing issue that affects people of all age groups. Around 36.5 percent of U.S. adults struggle with obesity, 1 and one of its most common health complications is chronic inflammation
Big Things Start Small — An interview with Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos touches on the timeless lessons he’s learned for business success. The three big ideas are (1) thinking on a different timescale, (2) putting the customer first, and (3) inventing.
It is crucial to learn eight principles – 3 Prerequisites and 5 Steps for effective conflict resolution. Conflict is like a fire. Easy to snuff out when it is small but nearly impossible to handle when not dealt with it quickly.
What I’m thinking about:
“The right word may be effective, but no word was ever as effective as a right timed pause.” – Mark Twain
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