In this conversation, Joe and I discuss:
- The three most common thoughts in his mind that he’s learned to take less seriously
- How he introduced everyone at Flixster to feedback conversations
- How to use feedback to create a more enjoyable, effective, and real work environment
- The big illusion in life that there is only one reality
- InnerSpace, his new nonprofit venture serving start-up founders
- What Joe is personally practicing today to grow as a person
I really enjoyed this conversation and hope you will, too!
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- Saran Chari, co-founder of Flixster
- Carole Robin, Stanford Graduate School of Business
- Interpersonal Dynamic Program at Stanford Graduate School of Business
- Carol Dweck and the “growth mindset”
- Innerspace. “A community of founders committed to building companies as great as their products.”
- Ed Batista, executive coach
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