No one ever becomes a star or finds meaning in life without stepping out of the "system" and discovering their unique selves. Justin shares endless tales of doing just that. Below, in no particular order, a selection of videos. These are mostly from recent speaking appearances, based on his books.
First, strictly for laughs, a perennial favorite, a classic Boston Pops concert disaster story from Real Men Don't Rehearse (5 min):
Next, a quick introduction to "Principles of Applied Stupidity":
Next, fun stories explaining one of the secrets of the great conductors: the use of "trust vs. obedience" in management (27 min):
Same show, some Q&A re: young conductors, aging audiences, and the purpose of classical music:
Below, Justin's recent appearance on the "authors@google" series, speaking on his second book, "Principles of Applied Stupidity":
And below, the genesis of "Princicples" along with "eliminating the fear of failure." This latter element is based on one chapter of Principles of Applied Stupidity. (This book / presentation is about the emotional fundamentals of managing and motivating people:)