They actually work best if you wouldn’t call yourself “creative”
Postlight CEO Paul Ford wrote: Consider Medium.com and Genius.com. One is for writing new things and one is for annotating things. But both are web platforms that have users, logins, long-form text, annotations, and rich media. You could, with some stretching, build Medium on top of Genius, or Genius on top of Medium. They’re different […]
Dacoury Natche’s creative process reveals simple strategies that anyone can use to power up their creative flow.
My Zettelkasten, a Year Later
#3. Creative Work Is Like Taking a Dump
“I’m not a businessman, I’m a business, man!” Jay-Z famously raps on the Diamonds remix. There’s a lot of chatter at Twitter about individual people (“creators”) scaling up million dollar businesses. I thought Elaine Pofeldt did it first, but apparently micro ISVs have been around. Either way, this is a growing possibility for more people […]
How One Piece of Information Changed the Trajectory of My Career
Experimentation is just as necessary as routine—to see what you can get, what’s out there for you.
Creativity, like all forms of progress, doesn’t just happen. It needs to be cultivated and developed. And it requires a certain way of looking at the process and results.
When the only way to move forward means letting go