This short essay explores difficult and unpopular character traits that I personally try to attain each day. I admit they are not easy. Not only are they hard to achieve personally, but it is quite a challenge to encourage the people that I lead to hold similar values as each one of us has a different life experience and lens through which to view the world. With compassion for the human experience I write this not as dogma but as an essay in encouragement and ideas from my own personal experience as an owner and businessman working with very smart people in this exciting, accelerating age we are immersed in.
Internationally acclaimed creativity expert Michael Michalko joins me today to discuss his creative thinking techniques that have inspired business thinkers around the world to create the innovative ideas and creative strategies they need to achieve unimaginable success in today’s changing business environment of complexity and uncertainty. He says change the way you look at things and the things you look at change.
If you always think the way you’ve always thought, you’ll always get what you always got. The same old, same old ideas over and over again. The future belongs to those thinkers who embrace change, break new ground, forge new paths, and transform the way they think. Discover how to look at the same information as everyone else and see something different by using the creative thinking techniques and strategies that creative geniuses have used throughout history.
Read on if you are interested in the following topics:
Why the CISO Should Not Report to the CIO
Why You Should Assume you Have Been Hacked
6 Kill Chain Fundamentals You Must Know
7 ‘Must Ask and Prove’ Questions a CIO/CISO must ask about their Next Gen Firewall
How Can You Deny Command and Control Attacks
Cybersecurity Canon Books – Hall of fame for Cyber Security Books – Readers are leaders
Scaling Security with Real Cooperation between companies happening now
AI’s (Artificial Intelligence’s) Role in Info Sec.
The Beginnings of AI and Security
Alan Turing Should be a Hero!
Learn how Alan Turing cut WW2 by 2 years and saved 20 million lives
Rick and I had a fantastic and varied discussion about the above topics. He not only reports directly to the CEO (rare) but he has serious technical chops as well. He is an avid reader whose interests include various security sub topics. He has some great suggestions on books, movies, etc.