#WhatsTrending: "An argument is a beautiful thing!" says John Vlismas
– Listen to this discussion between John Vlismas and Jon Foster-Pedley, that will leave you both chuckling and thinking deeply.
Building A Comedy Business ft. John Vlismas
Don’t let the title of this conversation fool you – John Vlismas is so much more than just a comedian…
This businessman, social commentator, and more shares his insights and feelings around a number of topics during this #WhatsTrending discussion that will leave you both chuckling and also thinking deeply and carefully about your businesses and careers.
During this show we look at:
- 2:30 – What good comedy can teach us about communication and team dynamics.
- 5:21 – How properly understanding polarization can assist us to make better, more informed decisions and judgement calls.
- 8:03 – Why arguments and controlled conflict are so important.
- 10:56 – What education is to John Vlismas.
- 13:40 – What is essential to truly understanding other people.
- 16:01 – How being generic damages your career.
- 18:09 – Where we find parallels in comedy and management / comedians delivery and management style.
- 20:02 – What ways we can use Resonance and Dissonance to engage those around us.
- 22:20 – How one deals with complexity and complex environments.
- 27:28 – What MBAs can teach and do for creative professionals.
- 29:09 – Why previously innovative individuals and organisations lose their way.
- 30:48 – How spending time with intelligent people can make a massive difference to your future growth
- And more.
Our guests and experts in the Henley Business Radio studio this week:
- John Vlismas – Comedian, Businessman, Social Commentator, and Founder of Wacked.
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