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Adam Grant, Wharton professor and New York times writer on work and psychology joins us share counterintuitive lessons on non-conformity from his new book, Originals
Getting comfortable with ideas that people may not agree with
Paying attention to the moments that mesmerize us
Developing confidence in yourself as a learner
Breaking conformist behavioral patterns in the education system
System justification theory and how it impacts our decisions
Instructor driven vs student lead learning
A key to overcoming the fear of failure
I think people have the relationship with confidence and success backwards. Confidence is won through success.
I almost think at this point conformity is the new originality
We’ve known for decades that the best way to learn something is to teach it
Quantity is the best path to originality
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Adam Grant is Wharton’s top-rated professor and a New York Times writer on work and psychology. He has been recognized as one of the world’s 25 most influential management thinkers, HR’s most influential international thinkers, the world’s 40 best business professors under 40, and Malcolm Gladwell’s favorite thinkers. Previously, he was a record-setting advertising director, a junior Olympic springboard diver, and a professional magician.