For work to be truly creative, it has to depart from the status quo at some point. That departure can make us uncomfortable.
I’ve just finished reading Elizabeth Gilbert’s Big Magic. In the book, she puts forward the notion that ideas are swirling around in the ethers looking for someone to make them happen. Here are a few takeaways from the book to help unblock your creative process.
I recently took a creativity class at the Tate Modern to get some tips on refreshing my brain. Here I share some of the information I found particularly useful.
A major lesson I’m learning again and again is how powerful storytelling can be in finding investors. Stories are 22 times more memorable than facts alone. Here are some reminders about what motivates investors to dip into their pockets and invest in your project.
This weekend I went to an exhibit at the Courtauld Gallery in London on Becoming Picasso: Paris 1901. The paintings in the current show were ones from his very first …