If you’ve listened to our latest podcast episode with Todd Henry, you know he references many of his books, podcasts, and more throughout the episode. We rounded up all of his resources so you can learn even more from his expertise!
The Accidental Creative: How to Be Brilliant at a Moment’s Notice
Todd’s first book is designed to help you “develop practices that will make you prolific, brilliant, and healthy”. This book will teach you how to put your best foot forward in your work, especially when it matters most.
Die Empty: Unleash Your Best Work Every Day
This book compels you to examine how you approach your work and challenges you to tweak your current method in order to achieve your goals.
Louder than Words: Harness the Power of Your Authentic Voice
Todd defines this book as your “playbook for taking your work to the next level”. Louder than Words gives you practical steps to identify who you are, what you want, and a plan to get there.
Herding Tigers: Be the Leader That Creative People Need
Herding Tigers is designed for those that lead a team of creatives. It discusses both outcomes that employees will be proud of and a process that is beneficial for all involved. We shared our highlights from this book on a recent Hello Frances Podcast episode. Listen to our book review here. Since reading the book, we’ve been completing this workbook to put what we’ve learned into action!
The Motivation Code
In this book, Todd Henry helps you discover your core motivation and use this information to help you excel on your relationships, work and life.
The Accidental Creative
Since 2005, Todd has hosted The Accidental Creative Podcast where he explores how to grow in life and as a creative. He and his guests share insight for how to thrive in life and work.
In this podcast, Todd and his guests discuss what your team of creatives need from you as their leader and how you can help them reach their fullest potential.
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