May 19, 2019
Dr Jason Fox is the leadership guy for people who can't stand
motivational speakers. People come to him for his fresh
perspectives, contemporary philosophies and ideas in motivation
design. He shows Fortune 500 brands like Microsoft, HP, Cisco,
Oracle, Toyota, and Xero how to go deep into uncharted territory.
This fascinating conversation goes into thinking, productivity, and
productive deep thinking.
When people ask Jason what he does, how does he like to
To talk about one's self in a covered attempt is to convince
you of one's character. Why is this best done as
Your authentic self or true self can be dangerous. Why?
The authentic self or true self is a fallacy; there is
no authentic self. Where does Jason stand?
We discuss the Alter Ego Effect by former guest Todd Herman.
The Wizard is Jason's word for the year. Did Jason attach
values to the word for this year?
Jason believes we put on armour to protect ourselves to survive.
What is that protection?
Jason is guilty of overthinking stuff. Des that get in the way
of getting stuff done?
Strategy today is driven by two things - bandwagonism or
incrementalism. Jason explains.
We are being kept captive by outdated views on
productivity. What are the old notions?
When we say it's a values conflict - could it just be an
excuse not to get it done?
How does Jason use his journal? How is it set up to
log, capture, and retrieve ideas from
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