In Episode 21, The Occupational Philosophers re-dive into the business, life, and leadership lessons we can learn from three very well-known artists – Salvador Dali, Andy Warhol, and Picasso.
Along the way they explore:
- How innovation happens when we join the dots and make connections from wildly different things
- How we need to be open to change and constant reinvention
- The importance of not overthinking, just get started and the thinking will come
- Why we need to be open to all types of thinking styles
- How curiosity and asking why can change the way you see the world and the life you live. If you’re curious, we can see unseen opportunities
- How great things can happen at the intersection of art and science (or any intersection of different fields)
- Why you should never hide your light under a bucket and also be careful with cutlery experiments in bed
- How the setting of a joyous intent can set your day up for a little magic
As with all episodes, The Occupational Philosophers conduct a thought experiment called “Things artists do”
As always, there are some great lessons and ways to bring more imagination, creativity, and curiosity into your workplace and how to live a most interesting life in the process.
They hope you enjoy the show.
Episode 22 Inbetweeners – Curious Activities for Curious Teams
Ep.23 – Guest episode Innovator, CEO and Moonshot Podcaster Mike Parsons
Ep.24 – Inbetweeners: How often do we date life?
Ep.25 – Socrates, Plato and Aristotle walk into a bar….
Ep. 26 – Inbetweeners: Rap music epiphany….are we ignoring things that are ripe for DisRupTioN?
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