Show Your Ink and Live Hard with Dr. Todd Dewett

by | April 26, 2021

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In this episode of the Age of Indiependence podcast, host Katlyn Eggar interviews three-time TedX speaker, best-selling author, and leadership guru Dr. Todd Dewett, PhD. Dr. Dewett shares with us how to lead authentically, inspire a creative work environment, and why we shouldn’t be afraid to show our ink.

Episode Highlights:

  • Dr. Todd Dewett shares some of the books he authored. (4:47)
  • Where does Dr. Todd Dewett get his stories? (5:48)
  • Dr. Todd Dewett shares how he takes note of his ideas. (7:47)
  • Dr. Todd Dewett mentions his TedX experience and his upcoming TedX talk. (8:25)
  • Dr. Todd Dewett explains how he gets people to reframe their thoughts and learn. (11:33)
  • Dr. Todd Dewett explains what business owners do to make sure that the culture they’ve created encourages innovation. (18:29)
  • Dr. Todd Dewett explains the variables he’s seen in team cultures. .  (22:50)
  • Dr. Todd Dewett shares what the status bubble is all about. (27:25)
  • Dr. Todd Dewett shares how a leader should address risks. (32:13)
  • How should a person who’s very risk-tolerant talk to a group of people who are more risk-averse? (34:37)

Key Quotes:

  • “All I do is look at what happens and find useful ways. I say to myself, every time something happens, I bet, I know how to spin that and help people because others have been through that thing, too.” – Dr. Todd Dewett, PhD
  • “I’d like to try and educate people to number one, stand up, speak up, advocate for good quality change in their life, not just at work, and to have their eyes open when they do so because it is rough waters sometimes, and you got to be ready to navigate them.” – Dr. Todd Dewett, PhD
  • “If you value innovation, you’re going to have to have tough conversations and get past your own perceptual biases, and make it a much, much bigger conversation where others have just as much or more say, than you, that’s just a requirement for real innovation.” – Dr. Todd Dewett, PhD

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