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Monday, August 31, 2015

Eyes Full Of Dreams -- Chapter 05: Honey (2015) -- Scott Ginsberg Concert Documentary

Eyes Full Of Dreams is a musical and motivational masterclass about making use of everything you are. 

This film will be presented as a serialized, episodic documentary. I’m premiering each song as a stand alone chapter.


Watch the movie, buy the album and download the dream journal at www.eyesfullofdreams.com.



Honey Honey, you’re a find girl Sitting cross legged on a broken world Honey, are you sure you’re Ready for the knuckles to knock your door For sure They’ll swarm Swarm Swarm, to your heart Honey, doubt is a sign Your faith has a pulse but so does mine That’s just fine Honey, grind away your Grief with labor go and work some more For sure They’ll swarm Swarm Swarm, to your heart Pet me tenderly Eyes all full of dreams Honey, crack a window Make love to the world, open up Honey, this cathedral Twenty six lead soldiers full

They’ll swarm Swarm Swarm, to your heart Pet me tenderly Eyes all full of dreams
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"Scott Ginsberg’s employee training on approachability was the absolute perfect fit, and completely exceeded everyone’s expectations, including mine. The feedback we received from our team was that this was hands down the best training they have ever been to. Scott found out what was important to us and gave us several options for training solutions. I would highly recommend him for a variety of industries, and I would happily work with him again!"  --Anne Conway, PHR | Corporate Director of Training and Development, | Lodging Hospitality Management

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Sunday, August 30, 2015

Kill two stones with one bird

Everything we do should lead to something else we do. That’s core to the leverage mindset. Multiplication. Turning one opportunity into twenty. 

Recently, one of my clients rented my brain to help his team setup a system for leveraging customer relationships. I was thrilled to start the project. The only problem was, I had never done that for a client before. 

And so, to prepare for our meeting, I began searching for the key leverage strategies and tactics that silently guided my business efforts for more than a decade. I began deconstructing something that I executed rather intuitively and abstractly for many years.

To my surprise, I discovered a framework that I didn’t have at the outset, but accidentally created along the way. Awesome. Now it was time replicate my system more exactly and practically. 

Selfishly, for my own purposes, but also as a tool to help others create the most leverage out of their own opportunities. The result was a conditional software application called Leverage Junkie. It’s a simple program that helps users kill two stones with one bird, at every possible opportunity. 

For example, when a business takes on an exciting new client, they ask themselves a series of leverage questions. Here are a few from my list. 

What other clients are available to me now? How can I use this relationship a marketing tool? How will I use this to diversify and expand my offerings? 

Everything we do should lead to something else we do. 

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"Scott Ginsberg’s employee training on approachability was the absolute perfect fit, and completely exceeded everyone’s expectations, including mine. The feedback we received from our team was that this was hands down the best training they have ever been to. Scott found out what was important to us and gave us several options for training solutions. I would highly recommend him for a variety of industries, and I would happily work with him again!"  --Anne Conway, PHR | Corporate Director of Training and Development, | Lodging Hospitality Management

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Friday, August 28, 2015

Priority follows biology

During a recent interview, the host of the show asked me how I prioritized my many projects. 

But I said to him, I don’t prioritize my projects, I listen for what wants to be written. I follow my energy and check in with my body and gauge how the prospect of doing something makes me feel. 

That’s my filter. If working on a project makes my insides come alive and infuses me with feelings of satisfaction and pride, I prioritize it. But if working on a project makes my stomach hurt and my skin flush and slowly overwhelms me with feelings of apathy and cynicism, I move on to something else. 

I listen for what wants to be written. 

And it’s nothing personal, it’s just biology. Besides, projects don’t have feelings. It’s not like they’re going anywhere. They’ll be standing by for when the time is right. That’s my system, if you can call it that. 

For example, I know that I compose and perform music at a much higher level if I’ve recently exercised. In a post workout state, my blood is flowing, my muscles are loose, my brain is clear, my emotions are regulated and my vocal cords are stretched. Perfect time to write a song. 

But that’s not prioritizing, that’s just being body smart. And so, the great creative discipline is simply knowing what season it is. Confronting the realities of your physical, emotional, existential and psychological inclinations. And developing an exquisite understanding of your own timing. 

In fact, the word season comes from the term saison, which means, the right moment and the appropriate time. That’s the only system you need. Listen to your body loud enough, there will be no doubt in your mind which projects to prioritize. 

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"Scott Ginsberg’s employee training on approachability was the absolute perfect fit, and completely exceeded everyone’s expectations, including mine. The feedback we received from our team was that this was hands down the best training they have ever been to. Scott found out what was important to us and gave us several options for training solutions. I would highly recommend him for a variety of industries, and I would happily work with him again!"  --Anne Conway, PHR | Corporate Director of Training and Development, | Lodging Hospitality Management

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Thursday, August 27, 2015

Be responsible for your own evolution

There are several indicators that you’ve taken a complete step forward in your brand’s evolution. 

One is diversity. Offering your work in new ways each year. Taking hidden products or services out of the shadows. Making your value accessible to people with different needs. Building on your offerings with better and more sophisticated variations. And converting the smallest revenue centers of your enterprise into an entirely new business units. 

Another indicator is depth. Accelerating the average scope, degree, and size of business you do each year. Boosting the dollar value of your average sale. Earning more money, per client, than you did the year before. Launching projects that are more ambitious, entail greater risk and require more resources. 

The last indicator of an evolving brand is deletion. Giving things up to focus on what will set your brand apart. Dumping lower priced products, lower value clients and lower return endeavors. Declining projects and clients with weak asset value by running them through your opportunity filter. And exorcising unfixable, unprofitable clients from your business because they’re dragging behind you like an anchor. 

Diversity, depth and deletion. Key indictors of an evolving brand. 

Just remember, evolution is an effect, not a cause. Evolution follows involution. And so, if you want your brand to evolve on the outside, start by making upgrades on the inside. 

Otherwise it’s just cosmetic. Redesigning your website doesn’t mean your brand has evolved. 

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"Scott Ginsberg’s employee training on approachability was the absolute perfect fit, and completely exceeded everyone’s expectations, including mine. The feedback we received from our team was that this was hands down the best training they have ever been to. Scott found out what was important to us and gave us several options for training solutions. I would highly recommend him for a variety of industries, and I would happily work with him again!"  --Anne Conway, PHR | Corporate Director of Training and Development, | Lodging Hospitality Management

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Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Making commerce easier to swallow

Selling isn’t my strong suit, creativity is. 

I’m much better at getting heard than getting paid. 


However, asking people for money is fundamental to the success of any enterprise. Artists who don’t sell, suffer. And so, I try to use creativity to trick myself into selling. To kill two stones with one bird, as the saying goes. 


Here’s how my process works. Anytime I create something new, from a documentary to an article to a software program to the latest book to a live recording of a presentation, I always ask myself a few leverage questions to bridge the making and monetizing. 


Here’s the first one. 


Whom have I served in the past, that has money, that needs to see this new thing I just made? 


This question is a time machine. It helps me recall past clients that I may have forgotten about over the years, and gives me a valid reason to follow up with them with value. 


Here’s the second one. 


Whom would I love to serve in the future, that has money, that needs to see this new thing I just made? 


This question is a crystal ball. It challenges me to give my artistic voice new outlets that were previously unavailable, and allows me to activate a new market segment. 


By asking myself these questions, and then acting upon them in a proactive, value forward manner, I reconcile selling in my mind. I make the dreaded commerce component of art easier to swallow. And most importantly, I earn money. 


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"Scott Ginsberg’s employee training on approachability was the absolute perfect fit, and completely exceeded everyone’s expectations, including mine. The feedback we received from our team was that this was hands down the best training they have ever been to. Scott found out what was important to us and gave us several options for training solutions. I would highly recommend him for a variety of industries, and I would happily work with him again!"  --Anne Conway, PHR | Corporate Director of Training and Development, | Lodging Hospitality Management

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Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Eyes Full Of Dreams -- Chapter 04: Everything (2015) -- Scott Ginsberg Concert Documentary

Eyes Full Of Dreams is a musical and motivational masterclass about making use of everything you are. 

This film will be presented as a serialized, episodic documentary. I’m premiering each song as a stand alone chapter.


Watch the movie, buy the album and download the dream journal at www.eyesfullofdreams.com.




Everything

Hope
Palms sweaty and your heart’s elevated
This ain’t no joke
Kitchen floor boards under your swords
Have awoke
But I’m not tired of cleaning up your dream


Please, please
That’s cool, just another bullshit factory
Take out your sleeve
Let the flood clean up
This head of debris


Tell me that it’s okay and we’ll change everything
Tell me that it’s okay and we’ll change everything
Everything


Trust
Just save me a seat on the back of the blasphemy bus
Come and watch me cuss
Gonna grow this rope
And the knots that bind us
But I’m not tired of cleaning up your dream


Shape, shape
Nothing can stop this glorious parade
Good art, bad day
These eyes are wide
Wet with private pain


Tell me that it’s okay and we’ll change everything
Tell me that it’s okay and we’ll change everything
Everything


And they’ll pay some day for the crazy you make
And they’ll pay some day for the crazy you make

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scott@hellomynameisscott.com
www.nametagscott.com

"Scott Ginsberg’s employee training on approachability was the absolute perfect fit, and completely exceeded everyone’s expectations, including mine. The feedback we received from our team was that this was hands down the best training they have ever been to. Scott found out what was important to us and gave us several options for training solutions. I would highly recommend him for a variety of industries, and I would happily work with him again!"  --Anne Conway, PHR | Corporate Director of Training and Development, | Lodging Hospitality Management

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Monday, August 24, 2015

So many questions behind your eyes

As comforting as it is to see through a cozy ideological prism that begs no alternative, it’s useful to have our worldviews shattered from time to time. 

I’ll never forget the first day I tried out contact lenses. My friends and I were at a baseball game, and for the first time in my life, I could actually see everything clearly. It was breathtaking. The scoreboards and the advertisements and the players and the nachos suddenly snapped into focus. 

And I remember saying to my friend, wow, so this is what it’s like to really see. Mesmerizing. 

Everybody has these profound crystalizing moments. When we don’t believe something like we used to. When an understanding of something for us dies. These moments change us. They challenge us. And they charge us to look at the world with new eyes from that moment forward. 

Because whenever one of our beliefs outlives its usefulness, whenever we unlock another piece of our vision of how the world really is, there’s always that split second of humility and curiously when we think to ourselves, huh, I wonder what else I might be wrong about? I wonder what else I might be seeing incompletely? 

Let me heal your eyes. Get yourself some new lenses and see what you see. You may never be the same again. 

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scott@hellomynameisscott.com
www.nametagscott.com

"Scott Ginsberg’s employee training on approachability was the absolute perfect fit, and completely exceeded everyone’s expectations, including mine. The feedback we received from our team was that this was hands down the best training they have ever been to. Scott found out what was important to us and gave us several options for training solutions. I would highly recommend him for a variety of industries, and I would happily work with him again!"  --Anne Conway, PHR | Corporate Director of Training and Development, | Lodging Hospitality Management

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Sunday, August 23, 2015

Where creativity finds access to us

Creativity shows up in three primary ways. 

First, there’s natural creativity, which manifests through a person’s inherited endowment of imagination. Which all depends on their genetic package. Carlin, for example, attributed his creative prowess to his brainy mother, who was a linguistic educator, and to his showman father, who was an award winning public speaker. No wonder he wrote twenty pages of comedy every day and did a new special every year. 

Next, there’s learned creativity, which manifests through a person’s study and research of imagination. Which all depends on their openness to learning and, in many cases, unlearning. Debono, for example, was a trained physician. But then he went on to earn a dozen more advanced degrees in creative fields from several of the most prestigious universities in the world. No wonder his sixty books have been translated into thirty languages and used by schools from over twenty countries worldwide. 

Finally, there’s formed creativity, which manifests through a person’s practice and exercise of imagination. And that all depends on their commitment to strengthening that mental muscle. Edison, for example, was the first person to turn inventing into a business. Through the principles of mass production and large scale teamwork to the process of invention, he practiced creativity more than anybody alive. No wonder he holds the world record for most patents held by a single inventor. 

Keep in mind, these three manifestations of creativity, natural, learned and formed, aren’t mutually exclusive. Just because somebody’s genetic package doesn’t point to a imaginative disposition doesn’t mean they can’t study and practice their way to creative greatness. And just because a somebody doesn’t go to college doesn’t mean they can’t use their innate abilities to create work that changes the world. 

The goal, then, is to pull from all three pools. To use what your mama gave you, to study and learn about the creative process, and to keep trying and trying until you get it right. Because it’s not only where we access creativity, it’s also where creativity accesses us.


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"Scott Ginsberg’s employee training on approachability was the absolute perfect fit, and completely exceeded everyone’s expectations, including mine. The feedback we received from our team was that this was hands down the best training they have ever been to. Scott found out what was important to us and gave us several options for training solutions. I would highly recommend him for a variety of industries, and I would happily work with him again!"  --Anne Conway, PHR | Corporate Director of Training and Development, | Lodging Hospitality Management

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Saturday, August 22, 2015

Anytime an anxiety trigger approaches

The best thing my therapist ever told me was, stress never goes away. There’s always a monster in the room. You may as well create a toolkit to help yourself cohabitate with it. 

And so, over the years I’ve accumulated a robust arsenal of anxiety reducing tools, including stillness mediations, moving meditations, singing meditations, breathing techniques, wellness programs, therapy workbooks, relaxation exercises, stretching regiments, calmness routines, joy triggers, calorie burners, stewardship outlets, social interactions, existential anchors, journaling techniques, mini sabbaticals, communication rituals, centering sequences, mindfulness practices, sleep rituals and artist dates, to name a few. 

Each of these tools has been custom fitted for my unique personality, schedule and body type. The menu has taken a decade to perfect, and it expands and deepens every year. 

Now, while I don’t use engage all of the tools on any given day or week or month, what matters is that I have them at my disposal. That way, anytime an anxiety trigger approaches, I can simply consult my menu of things to do, and immediately transition from the experience of stress to the experience of relaxation. 

It’s like a computer program. If this, then that. Your body create a chain of simple conditional statements, like recipes, which are triggered based on the type of stress you feel and the respective tool to help manage it. 

It’s worth its weight in gold. 

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www.nametagscott.com

"Scott Ginsberg’s employee training on approachability was the absolute perfect fit, and completely exceeded everyone’s expectations, including mine. The feedback we received from our team was that this was hands down the best training they have ever been to. Scott found out what was important to us and gave us several options for training solutions. I would highly recommend him for a variety of industries, and I would happily work with him again!"  --Anne Conway, PHR | Corporate Director of Training and Development, | Lodging Hospitality Management

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Friday, August 21, 2015

That time I accidentally played a concert for 200 people

It was just a typical weekend singing songs in the Tunnel of Love

Until a massive thunderstorm came through Prospect Park. 


Before I knew it, 200 people took shelter under the arch. 


However, the show must go on. And so, despite the flood and noise, I kept playing. It felt like that scene in Titanic when the string quartet keeps the music playing while the ship sinks.


Lesson learned, getting soaked isn't so bad when you've got a good soundtrack.


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Scott Ginsberg
That Guy with the Nametag
Author. Speaker. Strategist. Inventor. Filmmaker. Publisher. Songwriter.  
scott@hellomynameisscott.com
www.nametagscott.com

"Scott Ginsberg’s employee training on approachability was the absolute perfect fit, and completely exceeded everyone’s expectations, including mine. The feedback we received from our team was that this was hands down the best training they have ever been to. Scott found out what was important to us and gave us several options for training solutions. I would highly recommend him for a variety of industries, and I would happily work with him again!"  --Anne Conway, PHR | Corporate Director of Training and Development, | Lodging Hospitality Management

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Thursday, August 20, 2015

How to disrupt yoursef

There’s no hero’s journey about a guy who never leaves home. 

Campbell’s groundbreaking work reminds us that for any hero to begin their journey, they must be called away from the ordinary world. Removed from their typical environment. Plucked from their mundane situation of normality and obscurity. 

It’s a terrifying moment. The adventure beckons us, and we literally feel its gravitational pull. Because as humans, we’re emotionally attached to the flock. And so, we deny and resist the pull. We refuse to accept the call because of our sense of duty and obligation and our feelings of inadequacy and guilt. 

After all, we don’t want people to think we’ve gotten too big for our britches. Who are we to step out and live a bigger life? Who are we to leave home? My wife and I decided to relocate across the country and take our talents to the big city, after only dating for six months. 

Naturally, I was terrified of crossing that threshold. Advancing to the next phase of the journey was the scariest notion I’d ever entertained. But as much as I wanted to resist, I slowly realized something. There’s no hero’s journey about a guy who never leaves home. If you’re going to get to the next level, you have to break the rules. Even if you’re the one who created them. 

And this applies to organizations as well as people. Schultz writes about this in his autobiography. Starbucks sought out to reinvent themselves during one of the most tumultuous economic periods in history. But in order to reassert their coffee authority and preserve their stature as one of the great brands of the century, they knew they needed to disrupt themselves. It’s powerful lesson for any person or company. 

Disrupt yourself, lest others disrupt you first. Because everyone great goes somewhere over the rainbow eventually.

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That Guy with the Nametag
Author. Speaker. Strategist. Inventor. Filmmaker. Publisher. Songwriter.  
scott@hellomynameisscott.com
www.nametagscott.com

"Scott Ginsberg’s employee training on approachability was the absolute perfect fit, and completely exceeded everyone’s expectations, including mine. The feedback we received from our team was that this was hands down the best training they have ever been to. Scott found out what was important to us and gave us several options for training solutions. I would highly recommend him for a variety of industries, and I would happily work with him again!"  --Anne Conway, PHR | Corporate Director of Training and Development, | Lodging Hospitality Management

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Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Looks great except change everything

Humans are biologically and psychologically primed to engage with novelty. It is a natural habit of the mind to explore things that are different and unexpected. Humans want to move closer to the ideas that are unusual enough to encourage exploration. 

Except, of course, when those humans are trying not to get fired. That changes everything. 

I have a friend who runs a event production company. Every day, she gets emails and phone calls from organizations who want to hire her to make their next corporate meeting a big hit. But from what she tells me, the initial conversation always goes the same way. 

The marketing director wants to do something interesting and memorable and meaningful to build buzz about the company’s latest product. The budget is x, the date is y, the customer is z, so what can you do for us, she asks. 

Instantly, my friend’s brain snaps into brainstorm mode as she brilliantly populates a list of innovative concepts to help the client achieve their objective. It’s marketing gold. To the point where my friend get just as excited as the person who called. 

But eighty percent of the time, the prospect ultimately says, look, those all sound like great ideas, but the board will never go for them. Can we just do a flash mob? 

Woops. So much for engaging with novelty. 

Turns out, people do want innovative ideas, but only within a rigidly accepted orthodoxy. People do want to try new and fresh and creative approaches to business, but only if those ideas are risk free and guarantee corporate buy in and don’t require making major changes in their general way of doing business and won’t get anyone fired. 

The reality is, most companies really just want another derivative strategy that carries the illusion of being innovative, but never actually breaks new ground. Because that’s what keeps them safe. It’s profoundly frustrating for the hyper creative entrepreneur. You feel like your talents are being wasted. Like your finest creative impulses are being smothered. 

And the sad part is, there’s not a whole lot you can do about it. Unless you keep a running list of all the innovative ideas your scaredy cat prospects are afraid of, and then sell that list to clients who actually have courage. 

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Scott Ginsberg
That Guy with the Nametag
Author. Speaker. Strategist. Inventor. Filmmaker. Publisher. Songwriter.  
scott@hellomynameisscott.com
www.nametagscott.com

"Scott Ginsberg’s employee training on approachability was the absolute perfect fit, and completely exceeded everyone’s expectations, including mine. The feedback we received from our team was that this was hands down the best training they have ever been to. Scott found out what was important to us and gave us several options for training solutions. I would highly recommend him for a variety of industries, and I would happily work with him again!"  --Anne Conway, PHR | Corporate Director of Training and Development, | Lodging Hospitality Management

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