Oct 9, 2016
Welcome to episode #535 of Six Pixels Of Separation - The Mirum Podcast. Time sometimes forgets the name of those that we should never forget. It may be easy to point to a book or author as a form of inspiration. For me, I happened stumble upon a magical magazine in the early days called, Fast Company. That magazine got my engines going. It helped me to learn, think and imagine a better kind of business world. I still never miss a print issue, and will visit their website daily for more insights. Most know William C. Taylor (known to most as Bill Taylor), as an amazing speaker, journalist and author. Mavericks At Works and Practically Radical were not only bestsellers, but timely books that further pushed the boundaries of how great work can get done. Now, Bill Taylor is back is an awesome and powerful read titled, Simply Brilliant - How Great Organizations Do Ordinary Things in Extraordinary Ways. He doesn't write about Amazon and/or Apple, but has searched out and dug deep into many organizations and industries that you would not suspect in a world where most believe that all innovation and ingenuity is coming from Silicon Valley. Many also don't realize that Taylor's other claim to fame, includes being the co-founder of Fast Company. He was, literally, there as our world of business changed and was bringing it forward to the rest of us. His insights are always welcome and refreshing. Enjoy the conversation...
Here it is: Six Pixels Of Separation - The Mirum Podcast - Episode #535 - Host: Mitch Joel.
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