In this episode of Brews & BizDev, Paul Greiner of Renoun Creative chats with Beth Miller, Executive Director of The Creative Education Foundation.
As they each enjoy an Old Fashioned, they discuss
- how a framework for deliberate creativity can lead to innovative ideas in a business or non-profit,
- the 4 critical steps of that framework (hint: it's not just "brainstorming"),
- the benefits of an ability to innovate in these "unprecedented and ambiguous times" (with a hilarious client story to illustrate the point),
- what courage actually looks like in practice, in real life,
- and so much more!
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Beth's Old Fashioned is powered by South Boston Irish Whiskey, by local Boston-based GrandTen Distilling.
To find out more about Beth, the CEF or the Creative Problem Solving Institute, check out the CEF website and follow her on LinkedIn.
Paul's Old Fashioned-in-a-can is made by Tip Top Proper Cocktails, and was curated by Noble Root, an independent curated liquor store in Buffalo, NY.
To find out more about Paul, check out his LinkedIn.