As founder of Flip The Script, Matt Ley describes himself as a lover of people and a chaser of shiny things. His goal in life is to have interesting conversations with interesting people, and in his eyes, everybody is interesting, in some way. He shares how he’s learned that when people fight things it’s not a cue that they are disengaged but in fact a cue that they are incredibly engaged. As he says, it takes a lot of energy to fight ideas and people. He also opens up about how most failures or misunderstandings start with a lack of clear or explicit expectations. He also gives some great advice about moving from right versus wrong to optimal versus suboptimal. Matt also digs into how for him being an innovator is about growing on the edges, not in the center.
Matt’s Everday Innovator style is Collaborative Inquisitive.
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