The week between Christmas and New Year’s Day is one of my favorite times of the entire year. Most of my clients are either shut down or on abbreviated schedules. I get to load up on books and movies, ride bikes and play tennis, reflect on the year and prepare for the next (I’ll post something on that this week). I love the lighter load. It helps quiet my mind.
And to that end, you’ll find my latest article on that subject over at Harvard Business Review, where they’ve just posted the third in my three-part series expanding on “The Less-Is-Best Approach to Innovation,” my very first HBR post in which outlined three important trends in innovation (lean features, loose reins, and quiet minds).
It’s called “Quick and Easy Ways to Quiet Your Mind,” and judging by the comments, it looks like a lively topic with lots of folks weighing in. I’d love for you to join the conversation, which you can do by clicking HERE.