Thursday, August 16, 2018

Creative News

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Four Ways To Meaningfully Create A Creative, Committed Workplace Culture

by Lynda Reid, EdD, PCC Community Voice, Look around your office. Which of the following is a more accurate description of your workplace culture? Workplace One: There is a sense of mistrust and prevalence of gossip. Employees’ work is routine, efficient and predictable. Work happens in silos. Work is risk adverse: Mistakes are avoided and penalized. Workplace Two: There is a […]

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The Perfect Photo: Myth or Reality?

What criteria should we use to judge flawlessness? By Emily Ludolph  Header Photo: “Broken Arches, Disko Bay, Greenland” © Diane Tuft As creators, we can spend hours fine-tuning the tiniest details until we deem our end result “perfect.” But is there really such a thing as perfection when it comes to creativity? We asked two landscape photographers […]

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The Key To Your Brilliant Idea: Find That Special Someone

Founders Who Found Their Idea-Mates by Gina Waldhorn, We’re all the world’s poorest billionaires, just letting our game-changing ideas rot away in our Notes app because for a multitude of reasons we can’t get past “I’ve got this great idea…” We’ve got jobs. We’ve got kids. I’ve got a dog who lets himself out of […]

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A Day In The Life Of A Busy Design Entrepreneur

 

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Signs Of Social Anxiety Disorder, And Why It’s So Much More Common In Introverts

by Elizabeth Shuler, I’m a counselor, and many of the introverts I see come to me because of anxiety. Some of the clients I see have diagnosable anxiety disorders, but those who don’t are not suffering any less. When I say anxiety, I mean “an emotion characterized by feelings of tension, worried thoughts, and physical changes like increased blood […]