A Book Review - What I Wish I Knew When I Was 20 by Tina Seelig
Pb Living - A daily book review
Major life transitions such as leaving the protected environment of school or starting a new career can be daunting. It is scary to face a wall of choices, knowing that no one is going to tell us whether or not we are making the right decision. There is no clearly delineated path or recipe for success. Even figuring out how and where to start can be a challenge. That is, until now. As executive director of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program, Tina Seelig guides her students as they make the difficult transition from the academic environment to the professional world, providing tangible skills and insights that will last a lifetime. Seelig is an entrepreneur, neuroscientist, and popular teacher, and in What I Wish I Knew When I Was 20 she shares with us what she offers her students—provocative stories, inspiring advice, and a big dose of humility and humor. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pbliving/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pbliving/support
[Sách nói] Nếu tôi biết được khi còn 20 - Chương 1 | Tina Seelig
ONE DAY - ONE PAGE
[Sách nói] Nếu tôi biết được khi còn 20 - Chương 1 | Tina Seelig ----------------------- uổi 20, không ít người mãi đắm chìm trong câu hỏi tôi cần làm gì khi rời xa giảng đường êm ả, hay một sự khởi đầu mới thường khiến con người ta cảm thấy nhụt chí, nản lòng. Mọi chuyện sẽ trở nên suôn sẻ khi bạn tìm đến cuốn sách “Nếu tôi biết được khi còn 20”, nó mang đến những kiến thức bổ ích về vấn đề quản trị, tư duy và xây dựng mối quan hệ giúp các bạn trẻ vững vàng hơn trên con đường lập nghiệp. #sachnoi #onedayonepage #audiobook--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/oneday-onepage/message
How to Create Luck - Dr. Tina Seelig (Episode # 172)
Health, Wellness & Performance Coaching
What does it take to light a fire to our creative potential? What does risk have to do with luck? Are there practical steps to positively move the dial in each one of these? In today’s podcast with Tina Seelig, we will take an evidence based deeper dive into creativity, risk taking and much more. Tina Seelig is Executive Director of the Knight-Hennessy Scholars Program, Professor of the Practice in Stanford University’s Department of Management Science and Engineering, and a faculty director of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program. Dr. Seelig earned her PhD in Neuroscience at Stanford Medical School, and has been a management consultant, entrepreneur, and author of 17 books, including inGenius, Creativity Rules, and What I Wish I Knew When I Was 20. For more information about the Catalyst Community, earning your health & wellness coaching certification, the annual Rocky Mountain Coaching Retreat & Symposium and much more, please see https://www.catalystcoachinginstitute.com/ or reach out to us Results@CatalystCoachingInstitute.com If you'd like to share the Be A Catalyst! message in your world with a cool hoodie, t-shirt, water bottle stickers and more (100% of ALL profits go to charity), please visit https://teespring.com/stores/be-a-catalyst If you are a current or future health & wellness coach, please check out our Health & Wellness Coaching Forum Group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/278207545599218. This is an awesome group if you are looking for encouragement, ideas, resources and more! Finally, if you enjoy the Catalyst Podcast, you might also enjoy the YouTube Coaching Channel, which provides a full library of freely available videos covering health, wellness & performance: https://www.youtube.com/c/CoachingChannel
02: Tina Seelig | Stanford University Professor of the Practice
SheLeads with Carly
Tina is a Professor of the Practice at Stanford University in the Department of Management Science and Engineering. Hear about Tina's insights on how to view failure, seizing opportunities, and her personal journey to becoming one of the top professors in entrepreneurship, creativity, and innovation.
Mind Detox with Sandy Newbigging & What I Wish I Knew When I was 20 with Tina Seelig
Moments with Marianne
Sandy C. Newbigging is a coaching and meditation expert, author, and creator of Calmology. His books include Mind Calm, Body Calm, Calm Cure, and Thunk!. Shaped by thousands of hours of clinical practice, his remarkable work has been featured on television stations around the world. The founder of the Calm Academy, Sandy facilitates retreats and trainings. He lives between the UK and Spain and travels widely. https://www.sandynewbigging.com/Tina Seelig is the author and the faculty director of Stanford Technology Ventures Program. She earned a PhD in Neuroscience at Stanford’s Medical School and then decided to follow her passion for business, creativity and innovation to work as a management consultant and entrepreneur before returning to teach. Watch her TED talk on Luck and listen to her podcast LEAP about the often overlooked and under taught skills critical to the success of every entrepreneur. http://www.tinaseelig.com
"Do things with no right answer." Tina Seelig is an award winning Stanford University professor, serial author and speaker focused of creativity. And for her this "problem" was one that she didn't truly discover until she was a doctoral student working in the field of Neuroscience. Like most of us, she'd been learning how to find the right answer - and excelled at each step of the way. But she quickly realized that the most powerful way to learn is when things *don't* have a right answer. Discovering is where we are the most vulnerable and experience the most growth. In this intriguing discussion, Tina shares her insights and experiences teaching creativity (yes it can be taught and learned) and offers a unique look into the emerging science of creativity, discovery and learning. She offers a powerful framework to unlock our creativity - something that had me pondering for days after our chat. #creatorinstitute #entrepreneur #content #podbean #podcast #spotify #itunes #podcasting #soundcloud #youtube #podcasts #stitcher #podcastlife #applepodcasts #radio #podcaster #radioshow #radiopersonality #googleplay #podcasters #music #tunein
Tina Seelig: ...that most rules are recommendations
Nobody Told Me!
We're thrilled to share this conversation with Stanford Engineering School Professor Tina Seelig, author of 17 books including the international bestseller, What I Wish I Knew When I Was 20. Tina was trained as a neuroscientist and has always been interested in how we think, especially how we come up with bold new ideas. Her Ted talk on the “Little Risks You Can Take to Increase Your Luck” has had close to two and a half million views. *** We'd like to thank our sponsors for this episode! 1) BETTERHELP: get 10% off your first month by going to betterhelp.com/nobody 2) ZOLA: start your wedding website and get $50 off of your registry on Zola, go to zola.com/nobodytoldme *** Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tina Seelig, Stanford Professor of Creativity and Innovation - Episode #51
A Fresh Agenda
Dive into the study of creativity and innovation with Stanford professor Tina Seelig. Dr. Seelig earned her PhD in Neuroscience at Stanford Medical School, and has been a management consultant, entrepreneur, and author of 17 books, including Insight Out (2016), inGenius (2012), and What I Wish I Knew When I Was 20 (2009).
Unlocking Your Creative Potential with guest Tina Seelig
Stanford Pathfinders with Howard Wolf:"Unlocking Your Creative Potential with guest Tina Seelig"Tina Seelig, Professor of the Practice in the Department of Management Science and Engineering and faculty director of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program discusses creativity, problem solving, and the importance of reframing the question to come up with the best solution to a problem. Her recent TED Talk on risks and luck is available now: https://tinyurl.com/y8eg4k94Originally aired on SiriusXM on August 25, 2018.Recorded at Stanford Video.
Unlocking Your Creative Potential with Tina Seelig
Stanford Pathfinders with Howard Wolf
Tina Seelig, professor of the practice in the department of management science and engineering at Stanford University and faculty director of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program, discusses creativity, problem-solving and the importance of reframing questions to arrive at the best solutions. Her recent TED Talk on risks and luck is available now at https://tinyurl.com/y8eg4k94