This cover caught my eye in the airport bookshop recently as I raced for my next flight ...
(Being late for a flight doesn't mean there's not time to stop at a bookshop, of course.)
So I flicked through it to see if it was worth buying.
Short answer: yes.
I haven't read it fully yet but what I thought was interesting was a list called Top Lessons to Lead By ...
The top one is:
“To tell great stories, you need great talent.”
And the next one is:
“Now more than ever, innovate or die. There can be no innovation if you operate out of fear of the new."
In a way, if that's ALL you learned from the fabulous Disney Company, that would be enough.
Those two Future Skills should be front and centre of what you do as a company and as an individual in 2020.
So, work out how you're going to tell better stories, and how're you're going to embrace your fear of the new.
I can help you with both. But you've got to make the first move.
Be Beautifully Brave! Stu
(Wishing you a fantastically fun new year.)
About the Author
International Trainer, Speaker, Coach and Consultant
Stu is a professional storyteller for 30 years. He was a creative director in Ad agencies, author of 7 books, journalist, travel writer/blogger, specialist military history tour guide, TEDx MC/Speaker coach, trainer for Fortune 500s and entrepreneur.