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Just last month, he released his brand new book Die Empty: Unleash Your Best Work Every Day. Seth Godin and I agree. It’s one of the best books so far this year.
From Die Empty:
“Embrace the importance of now and refuse to allow the lull of comfort, fear, familiarity, and ego to prevent you from taking action on your ambitions. The cost of inaction is vast. Don’t go to your grave with your best work inside of you. Choose to Die Empty.”
In this episode, Todd explains:
- The process of adopting a mindset of Urgent Diligence
- The three kinds of work: Mapping, Making and Meshing and what happens when they all come together
- The Seven Sins of Mediocrity and how to overcome them
- The importance of Daily Checkpoints and their impact on your efficiency
- What Todd means by, “Stop trying to be great. Just be great.”
- And much more!
Books by Todd Henry
For a complete list of Todd’s books, check out this list of books by Todd Henry.
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You can find Todd on the web at ToddHenry.com
Hire Todd to Fire Up the Troops
Todd has spoken internationally to tens of thousands of people across dozens of industries about productivity, creativity, passion for work, leadership, and how to unleash everyday brilliance. Find out more about how to bring him to your event.
Todd in Action
Books Todd Recommends
- Born Standing Up: A Comic’s Life by Steve Martin
- So Good They Can’t Ignore You: Why Skills Trump Passion in the Quest for Work You Love by Cal Newport
- The Innovator’s Dilemma: When New Technologies Cause Great Firms to Fail by Clayton Christensen
The Accidental Creative Podcast
Since 2005, Todd has hosted the Accidental Creative podcast, consistently a top 10 Business and top 5 Career podcast in iTunes.
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