There’s no point in denying your creative handicap, because the only person you’re fooling is yourself. So how do you deal with it?
There’s nothing wrong with appealing to people’s immediate problems through our communication. This is what Jesus did, and it’s a form of strategic caring.
Do you have a creative space? If not, it’s probably hurting your productivity.
How do you choose what’s most important in your organization or in your personal life? You need to create a filter.
Summer 1992. I’d just graduated from McMurry University and couldn’t find a job in west Texas. I’d applied for and received offers for graduate school in three different fields – music at North Texas, seminary at Candler School of Theology, communication at UPenn. Three completely different worlds. I had no idea what to do. I prayed for weeks – weeks! …
If you have competing values and visions in your corporate or personal life, perhaps you need a brand statement to help figure out what’s most important.
I’ve been diving deep on the power of creativity for the last two years. Here are ten essential truths I’ve learned about the creative process.
We’ve launched a new logo at Peachtree! Here are five insights about it and why it’s such a big deal.