Larry Robertson is all about helping others explore the possible. He is a multi-award winning author of two books; ‘A Deliberate Pause: Entrepreneurship and its Moment in Human Progress’ as well as his latest ‘The Language of Man. Learning to Speak Creativity’. He is also the founder of two ventures and is a highly respected thought leader in creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship, advising individuals and organizations across a broad spectrum. Larry is a former Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business and his professional career has included roles with J.P. Morgan and the Walt enDisney Company.
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In this episode, you’ll learn:
- UNESCO Creative Cities
- PWC Creativity Study
- The Fox and The Hedgehog
- Border Crossing
- Growth Stage Entrepreneurs
- Questioning vs Inquiry
- McArthur Fellows and Creativity
- Deborah Myer – Habits of the Mind
- Asking unprofessional questions
- Moving from entrepreneurship to creativity
- Taking a deliberate pause
- Tuning into your gut feeling
- Fast failing
- Lean startup approach to writing
- What have I not asked you?
- The importance of play
- Elizabeth Gilbert
Resources mentioned in this episode:
- The List by Rosanne Cash
- The Old Man & The Sea by Ernest Hemingway
- Larry Robertson Website
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