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Episode 008: Guy Bell

Life as Art

Life As Art - Episode 008: Guy BellGuy Bell, an artist mid-evolution, gives us a beautiful discussion to kick off the new year. Guy's photorealistic naturescapes transfix viewers and inspire younger artists.Listen for his description of the creative process, his meditative practice and his views on the healthy role of failure.Guy owns DRAWL Southern Contemporary Art Gallery in Little Rock. His paintings have been displayed at shows around the country and at the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. You'll want to hear his optimistic view on what it means to be a neighbor, and how to focus your intention for the positive every morning.See more at http://guywbell.com and https://stateoftheart.crystalbridges.org/blog/project/guy-w-bell.


25 Jan 2019

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How to truly humanize business, and why; An interview with Guy Bell

The Intrepid Way Podcast

Joined on the show by Guy Bell, an Executive Leader, speaker, and author of the recent book, Unlearning Leadership, Know Yourself – Grow Your Business. You can learn more here!Notes and discussion guide from my conversation with Guy Bell:1. “Humanizing business, seeing business from a different perspective.” We are truly in business for each other…2. Systems and process are important in business, but not at the expense of our humanity in business.3. Guy contends we are leaving half of the opportunity on the table when we practice standard “fear works” attitude from leaders.4. Leaders need to reflect and wonder more…rather than deal in certainties.5. How do you begin to make this mindset shift?6. “I don’t know. What do you think?”7. “Listen with your whole body.” Trusting your gut…8. Knowing yourself, self-reflection, and alignment.9. “Whole body wisdom.”10. “Today’s solution is inevitably tomorrow’s failure.”11. “You have to learn to unlearn.”12. Free thinking — how to stay in that state of wonder.13. Guy REJECTS the idea that “it’s not personal, it’s just business.”14. We discuss the Four Rules of Flight (these apply to every business). Hint: shift the rules to enable creativity…shifting away from the typical punitive nature of most office rules.15. You don’t have to lead a company, division, or even a team: These lessons apply to each individual. And it all starts with YOU….Find Guy Bell’s book here:About Guy Bell:Guy seeks the truth buried under our troubling history of conformity. His ceaseless curiosity and passion for learning has led him down circuitous paths where he wrote and played music with the same sense of wonder he later applied to leading businesses.He has developed a deep understanding of the pointless discord between business and people. He is convinced business has the unique ability to change the world for good, but only if we choose to unlearn the dogma of limiting thoughts and behaviors.Guy teaches organizations and their leaders how to expand beyond their limiting beliefs into their full potential.(the podcast on iTunes) #mc_embed_signup{background:#fff; clear:left; font:14px Helvetica,Arial,sans-serif; width:100%;} /* Add your own MailChimp form style overrides in your site stylesheet or in this style block. We recommend moving this block and the preceding CSS link to the HEAD of your HTML file. */ Join the "end-of-month-only" mailing list! The post How to truly humanize business, and why; An interview with Guy Bell appeared first on toddschnick.com.


8 Oct 2018

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Communication + Conflict: Guy Bell Explains His Work Cain and Able

State of the Art Programs

In Guy Bell’s Cain and Abel, a pair of dogs—one white, one black—are depicted in a violent battle on a dirt road. Are the dogs metaphors for humans? How can artwork help us visualize conflict and resolution, how we view ourselves, and how we communicate?


22 Dec 2014