The purpose of creativity isn’t illustration, as humor, interlude, or a setup to “the real point.”
If there’s a high turnover rate in your teams, that’s not because you can’t find good people. It’s because you need to be a better creative leader.
Getting the best results from your co-creators requires an artful approach to critique and encouragement.
101 Christian cuss words and other tweets with the highest response from @Len_Wilson for the week of May 4 – May 10.
Why the worst thing for a creative is to bask too long in the glory of something you’ve done.
Successful creatives have a distinctive style. How do you learn to find your version?
Where do you find yourself and those with whom you work in these two examples?
To totally ruin your creative person’s morale and drive to succeed, simply employ these five simple techniques.
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