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10 Ways to Lead a More Fulfilling Creative Career What is the secret sauce to looking back on a job well done, a satisfying career, and a portfolio that makes you proud?

The surprising habits of original thinkers

 

An Intro to the Five Foundations of Digital Asset Management First off, if you’re researching digital asset management (DAM) for the first time, welcome to the world of DAM puns. You’ll have plenty of DAM meetings, DAM calls, and DAM work to do.

A Master Plan for Taking Back Control of Your Life Our willpower is a highly limited resource, and it gets depleted by every act that requires its use. We outline 8 steps you can take to maintain peak performance.

Creative Lives — Creative technologist Mathieu Triay on ‘new’ news, computers and working at the BBC

The Good In Online Advertising For over 10 years I’ve been writing about how shitty, worthless, and dangerous I think most online advertising is. Today I want to talk about the good in online advertising.

Want to make great art? Stop making art The case for doing nothing.

The curious case of a creative genius I went to school with a guy who could well be the most intelligent person in the world. You might think that sounds like hyperbole. It’s not.

Beloved Artist Agnes Martin on Our Greatest Obstacle to Happiness and How to Transcend It 
“No-one knows what your life or life itself should be because it is in the process of being created. Life moves according to a growing consciousness of life and is completely unpredictable.”

How Matisse’s Cut-outs Took Over the Illustration World 
And your Instagram feed

Every Chapter of Thinking Fast, and Slow in 7 Minutes
Compact takeaways from the groundbreaking bestseller

Why climbing the corporate ladder may be the worst path to the top Conventional wisdom suggests that the way to success is to stay in your lane, climbing the corporate ladder and meeting people within your industry or sector.

The death of Don Draper Advertising, once a creative industry, is now a data-driven business reliant on algorithms. The implications are deeply sinister – not only for the consumer but for democracy itself.