152: Unsafe Thinking
Published December 20, 2018
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    Today we have Jonah Sachs on the podcast. Jonah is an author, speaker, storyteller, designer, and entrepreneur. He is the author of Winning the Story Wars: Why Those Who Tell— and Live— The Best Stories Will Rule the Future, and most recently, Unsafe Thinking: How to Be Nimble and Bold When You Need It Most.

    In this episode we discuss:

    • What is safe unsafe thinking?
    • The power of intuition for creativity
    • Does your subconscious have free will?
    • Dual-process theory and creativity
    • How can you challenge and change yourself when you need it most?
    • The importance of context for creativity
    • The different phases of the creative process
    • The importance of rocking the boat
    • The benefits of collaborating with your enemies
    • How can you stay motivated when changing habits is so hard?
    • What’s the difference between flow and deliberate practice?
    • The difference between values and identity
    • Making a safe culture for risks
    • How to gamify dissent
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