Scores of famous musicians (and Bob & Ray) have performed live on the main stage of Carnegie Hall. I am not among them. Instead, last week, I was invited to give a seminar on the 9th floor, in one of their beautiful new classrooms.
This was a seminar for the best new musicians in the country, an elite group of young musicians who have spent their lives honing their craft.
I think you might find the lessons are relevant even if you're not a musician.
Here's a (sometimes shaky) audio recording of my talk at Carnegie Hall. If you're a creator seeking a platform, it might be worth checking out.
On the topic of audios, my favorite podcast appearance ever remains the one I did with Krista and On Being.
Out this week and getting a lot of buzz is a new conversation with Tim Ferriss.
Along the same lines, a podcast on choices with Gayle Allen. One with Amy Eisenstein on fundraising and non profits, calling into Entreleadership talking about change, and one with Mark Graham on marketing.
And here are some three year old interviews about Icarus. I'm grateful to every podcaster who devotes so much of time and energy to sharing new ideas.