The Good Life with Eric Liu, author of "Imagination First"
The best companies know that innovative thinking is the only competitive advantage that can't be outsourced, and the best schools are those with deep cultures of creative problem solving. But both innovation and creativity depend on imagination first: the ability and willingness to conceive of what is not. Fortunately, it is something we can all cultivate-with practice. This books shows us how, with 28 (and a half) universal practices for opening minds at work, home and play. All of them are designed to enable anyone-from corporate executive to preschool teacher-to get unstuck, to reframe challenges and to help others do the same. Eric Liu is the founder of the Guiding Lights Network, dedicated to mindful and imaginative mentorship. His previous books include Guiding Lights: How to Mentor and Find Life's Purpose, The Accidental Asian: Notes of a Native Speaker and the national bestseller The True Patriot. Liu is a former White House speechwriter and senior advisor to President Bill Clinton, and is now an educator ad entrepreneur living in Seattle.
This amazing new series, The Good Life, has been created by Kim Ricketts/Book Events and The Warren Report, and is supported by sponsorship from Bastyr University, Tom Douglas Restaurants, Seattle's Child, Theo Chocolate, Conscious Choice/Seattle and Lush Life Floral.
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Seattle, WA 98121
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