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Two Bits of Optimism
with Brené Brown and Adam Grant: Part One

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What separates exceptional ideas from good ideas?  

Here’s an example of a good idea: Book two podcast guests and meticulously plan a conversation about creativity.

Now, here’s an exceptional idea: Get Brené Brown and Adam Grant to join you on a call, have absolutely NO plan, and hit record.  

This is… A Bit of Optimism

For more on Brené and Adam’s work check out: 

brenebrown.com

adamgrant.net

https://omny.fm/shows/a-bit-of-optimism/two-bits-of-optimism-with-bren-brown-and-adam-gr-1/embed

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Curiosity is essential
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A spark is something quite small and, by itself, not very powerful. But a spark has the ability to ignite. An idea is like a spark; alone it is just a set of words, but it too can ignite. A great idea can inspire others to dream bigger. Let us all work together to ignite something greater than ourselves.

Let us all be a Spark of Optimism.