Seth Godin and Adam Grant
Making Work that Matters
Learn how a creative practice can transform your work and potentially launch your creative career.
Seth Godin, revered thinker on entrepreneurship, marketing and leadership, discusses creative practice in a companionable 40-minute conversation with best-selling author and TED speaker Adam Grant, presented by the RSA. Godin outlines the contents of his recent book, The Practice: Shipping Creative Work, and Grant offers insights from psychological studies of motivation. Creators in any field can apply their practical, compassionate and often surprising recommendations to increase productivity, avoid stumbling blocks and build a satisfying career.
About the Speakers
Seth Godin is the author of 20 best-selling books, a popular blogger, the founder of the altMBA and The Akimbo Workshops, and host of the podcast Akimbo. Adam Grant is an organizational psychologist, author, top-rated Wharton professor and host of the TED podcast WorkLife.
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