Sean Blanda is a writer based in New York City and is the former Editor-in-Chief and Director of 99U. Find him on Twitter: @SeanBlanda.
Let's stop pointing out the random habits of legends and acting like they are the keys to success. Life is a bit more complicated.
By Sean Blanda
You started a business but the customers aren't coming. What do you do? Apply the "bullseye" framework.
Do you have a hard time answering the "So what do you do" question? That's a good thing.
We dive into the archive to share this 99U talk about how crappy creativity feels sometimes.
The man responsible for Adventure Time, Powerpuff Girls, and the MTV logo on the benefit of making lots of little bets and why you should go haywire every now and then.
The founder of Design*Sponge on creating an online business that withstands the test of time.
"The idea of going freelance terrified me. I had no confidence I could turn this into a career."
The author of "Body of Work" joins us to discuss: How do we make sense of a wandering career path?
Our interview with author Oliver Burkeman where we wonder: Is there such thing as being too positive?
Insights from Seth Godin, Detroit Bus Company founder Andy DiDorosi, and D-Rev CEO and ALVA award winner Krista Donaldson from the 2014 99U Conference.
The founder of StumbleUpon, Uber, and Expa on the importance of balancing creativity and rationality when building successful companies.
Insights from Shantanu Starick, Hank Willis Thomas, and Marc Ecko at out sixth annual 99U Conference.