Todd Henry to speak at CRN Conference

Todd Henry to speak at CRN Conference

Creativity guru to share insights on achieving everyday brilliance.

The Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN) announced that Todd Henry, author of the brand new book, Die Empty: Unleash Your Best Work Every Day (September 2013), will speak at The Conference: CRN’s Annual Symposium for the Dietary Supplement Industry, taking place in Park City, Utah, Sept. 18 to 21.

“CRN conference attendees in all professional roles will benefit from Mr. Henry’s strategies for cultivating the mindset and the methods to transcend mental barriers and unleash their best work each day,” said Judy Blatman, CRN’s senior vice president of communications. “He’ll share his expertise on how to define challenges, embrace curiosity and step out of the comfort zone to bring a newfound clarity toward achieving goals.”

Mr. Henry is the founder and CEO of Accidental Creative, a company that helps creative people and teams generate brilliant ideas.  A trusted motivational consultant with companies both large and small, Mr. Henry advises on the development of practices and systems that lead to everyday brilliance.Fast Company, Fortune,Forbes,, US News & World Report and many other major media outlets have featured Mr. Henry’s work.

In addition to his book Die Empty, Mr. Henry is also the author of The Accidental Creative: How To Be Brilliant at a Moment’s Notice, which teaches effective practices that support the creative process.

The Conference, Sept. 18 to 21, immediately follows The Workshop: CRN’s Day of Science, Sept. 18.  There are four flexible registration options available for the events and a choice between three hotels. The Montage Deer Valley is the event host hotel where the sessions will take place and the Stein Eriksen Lodge and The Chateaux are located 10 minutes away with regular shuttles available.

For more information on the accommodations, agendas and registration, please visit


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