Volume 15

“We don’t grow into creativity, we grow out of it. Or rather, we get educated out of it.” - Sir Ken Robinson

Volume 15 Letter From the Editor:

We think that, in the broadest sense, art is created through new ways of thinking and trying something new. Something of value that the world hasn’t seen before. It’s taking risks and putting your passion and creativity into whatever the final product turns into. 

Creativity is now as important in education as literacy and will give you the edge in everything you do. We shouldn’t just be executers when businesses need thinkers and innovators.

This is why we love doing what we do at The Art Of; we strive to present new and innovative ways to broaden minds and challenge thinking. Everyone should be an artist, so we urge you to take inspiration from everything you see, read and experience and be an artist.

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In This Issue

  • The New Truth About Closing a Sale

    Jeffrey Gitomer

    Every salesperson is looking for the fastest way to "close" a sale. Jeffrey Gitomer offers two words that are the most powerful words to affirm the prospect’s intention to buy. They also allow

     
  • The Outsider Challenge

    Dr. Seonaid Charlesworth

    Companies simply do not understand the challenges of bringing in an outside CEO to an organization. Dr. Seonaid provides suggestions for a successful transition based on stories from outside CEOs who

     
  • 3 Strategies to Motivate Millenials

    Chester Elton

    What could keep a millenial in a job a little longer, and what could engage more of your young, valuable talent?  How can you get people to stay and stay motivated and engaged instead of looking

     
  • The Strategic Question

    Michael Bungay Stanier

    You know how there’s some work that you do that you absolutely love? It’s the work that absorbs you and excites you. It’s not just that the work is making a difference and having an

     
  • Leading With A Sense of Purpose

    Cheryl Stargratt

    Being a leader can mean a lot of things. When most people envision the day-to-day life of a leader, they likely picture things like strategy meetings, budgets and a large focus on profit. While there

     
  • Leadership Is Not Enough

    Virginia Brailey

    Have you ever wondered why so many new graduates want to work for Google, KPMG or Apple? What makes these firms so attractive to potential employees? These companies, along with top employers everywh

     
  • The Real Story On Managament

    Tom Peters

    Management is not about Theory X vs. Theory Y. It is about the essence of human behavior, how we fundamentally arrange our collective efforts in order to survive and adapt. Leadership, Culture, Visio

     

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