“The greatest innovations often come when you leave the harbor of predictable outcomes and sail into the sea of uncertainty.”
– Craig M. Cortello
Musicians are risk takers. They lay themselves on the line and subject themselves to the scrutiny of others every time they perform. Improvisation is also a risk. Yet musicians understand that risk is the only path to growth.
“Risk acceptance” – one of the 9 common lessons of music education that translate into success.
My friend Dr. Michael Gold is a world class jazz musician. He is also a keynote speaker/performer who lectures corporate and education groups regarding the lessons of the jazz improvisational group that can be applied to business. Hear my interview with Dr. Gold on this fascinating topic
Fascinating approach to creativity and risk in the corporate world by examining the dynamics of the jazz improv combo. From Michael Gold, one of the 32 professionals interviewed in “Everything We Needed to Know About Business, We Learned Playing Music.”
Thoughts on Music, The Universal Lessons of Music Education, Creativity, and Life