The Art of Connection – Conversation with Michael Gelb [Episode 14]

The Art of Connection – Conversation with Michael Gelb [Episode 14]

What do connection, communication and creativity have in common? Join us with our special guest Michael Gelb, as he explains ways we can all deepen our relationships, with our selves and others, cultivate leadership in our lives and unlock the latent creativity within us all.

The world’s leading authority on the application of genius thinking to personal and organizational development, Michael is a pioneer in the fields of creative thinking, executive coaching and innovative leadership.  His clients include DuPont, Emerson, Genentech, Merck, Microsoft, Nike and the Young President’s Organization. Michael co-directs the acclaimed Leading Innovation Seminar at the University of Virginia’s Darden Graduate School of Business and is on the faculty of the Institute for Management Studies.  He brings more than 30 years of experience as a professional speaker, seminar leader and executive coach to his diverse, international clientele.

Michael is the author of 14 books including the international bestseller How to Think Like Leonardo Da Vinci: 7 Steps to Genius Every Day. Other titles include Creativity On DemandInnovate Like EdisonDiscover Your Genius and Thinking for a Change. Michael’s books have been translated into 25 languages and have sold more than one million copies.

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The Art of Connection – Conversation with Michael Gelb [Episode 14]

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Special Guest: Michael Gelb

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Creator and Host: Ashton Szabo

Intro and Outro Music: Emily Ann Peterson

 

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About The Author

Ashton
Ashton’s mission in life is to empower others to live more meaningful lives through a deeper understanding of themselves. He began studying yoga as a young boy at the age of twelve, while already immersed in martial arts since he was five years old. In 2006, at the age of twenty-six, he left for the Far East and spent the next six and a half years traveling the world, learning from yogis, holy men, shaman and anyone else with insight into the nature of reality, convinced he was on the path to become a monk. Everything changed when he met his eventual wife, Kristi, and they had a beautiful daughter together: Sequoia. Being a parent also changed Ashton’s perspective on living in the world. He moved back to the United States with the intention of making the world a better place for this and future generations. He now lives with his family in Grass Valley, California where he, in addition to teaching locally, creates online courses and podcasts to share what he has learned with the world.

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