Minter Dialogue Episode #397
Jarrod Haning is an acclaimed classical musician, upcoming author and a stimulating speaker having been four times on TED. In this conversation, we discuss how our brains function when we listen to music and what that can tell us to make us better people and leaders. We look at the power of being, some kernels from his soon to be published book The Thinking Patterns of Success and the wisdom -- even need -- for each of us to find a bigger problem.
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