Limited Resources or Unlimited Resourcefulness: Getting More Done

How can we increase our productivity when confronted with limited resources? This talk proposes that we start from the understanding that resourcefulness requires consideration of multiple perspectives of the same resources. Resourcefulness follows from having the context to see something well enough to understand how we can take advantage of what otherwise might appear to be an obstacle.

Scott Lesnick exemplifies the attributes of the Never Give Up guy in many areas of his life.

Scott Lesnick at TEDx Oshkosh

Having experienced an unimaginable horror in his personal life, Scott was able to focus on his resourcefulness, despite limited resources, to bring about a positive resolution. His tenacity and persistence has shown in his personal triumphs, business successes, and having run more than 50,000 miles over 30 years.

An author and speaker known around the world, he earned the Certified Speaking Professional designation from the National Speakers Association. In addition, Scott has 28 award-winning sales and management years at a Fortune 500 company. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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2 Responses to “Limited Resources or Unlimited Resourcefulness: Getting More Done”

  1. Mark W. says:

    I actually was at this Tedx event to see someone else, but I very much so enjoyed your speech Scott! The crowd really seemed to connect with this talk. I’d love to see my managers bring someone like you to our organization.

  2. scott says:

    Thanks so much, Mark! Yes, it was a great event and I enjoyed listening to the speakers. So happy you like my presentation!

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