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Standing Out This week Tamsen shows how asking the little questions will help you answer the big ones. By breaking down your mission into the five pieces of the Red Thread, you can find specific answers that will help you carve out your own path. Even if some elements of the Goal, the Problem, […]Read More →
What Do You and Your Favorite Movie Have in Common? Understanding the Red Thread is one thing, but discovering what it means to you and your life can be tricky. What can you do to help? Think about your favorite movie. In this episode, Tamsen explains how the secret to your Red Thread just might […]Read More →
Finding a New Solution to Old Problems UPS is the world’s largest package delivery service. Their Red Thread is to figure out how to get something from point A to point B as quickly as possible. How do they do it? Surprisingly, it’s not about an algorithm that solves for the shortest distance; instead, it […]Read More →
Discover The Red Thread in Brian Little’s TED Talk, “Who Are We Really? The Puzzle of Personality” – EP005
The Difference Between a Good Talk and a Great One This week, Tamsen Webster finds the Red Thread in a TED talk by Brian Little: “Who Are You Really? The Puzzle of Personality.” The presence of the Red Thread is often the difference between a good talk and a great one. Watch the video for yourself […]Read More →
The Red Thread in a Pitch In this episode of Find The Red Thread, Tamsen takes a look at Arianna Huffington’s latest venture, Thrive Global, to show how the five pieces of the Red Thread apply to a real-world pitch example. Looking at the four sentences on their About page, we see how the five steps […]Read More →
Finding The Right Path In this episode, Tamsen explains that the image of the Red Thread comes from a familiar story in Greek mythology that you may have heard of: the Minotaur and the Labyrinth. From the myth of the Minotaur and the Labyrinth, we learn that fighting your battles isn’t necessarily the hard part, […]Read More →
Make Meaning What is the Red Thread? Whether we’re trying to create change, or simply feel in control of all the change that’s happening around us, the first step is that we must make meaning of what we see. As humans, we have an innate desire to make things make sense. The meaning we create […]Read More →
Mister Rogers’ Red Thread The Red Thread comes from a Swedish expression that seeks to uncover the one thing that ties a life, an event, or a thing together—the throughline. In the inaugural episode of Find The Red Thread, Tamsen Webster reveals the truth that everyone has a red thread. We all have a way that […]Read More →