Cheryl Strayed (aka "Dear Sugar") talks about getting her first book published and how we can all use writing as a tool for self-discovery.
By Jenn Tardif
It's time to wake up to your life. A look at the subtle yet dynamic benefits of meditation on creativity and productivity.
By Scott McDowell
"You can have an idea, but you have to find the materials to manifest it," says acclaimed nudes photographer Spencer Tunick.
By Paul Laster
It's not just the number of hours we sit at a desk that determines the value we generate. Accomplishing truly great work also requires rest and renewal.
By Tony Schwartz
Could marathon training be an apt metaphor for the slow build to creative excellence? What we can learn from runners about developing expertise.
By Bernie Michalik
We round up 25 nuggets of writing wisdom from Kurt Vonnegut, Margaret Atwood, Joyce Carol Oates, Augusten Burroughs, Geoff Dyer, Steven Pressfield, and more.
By Jocelyn K. Glei
Is all talent innate, or can it be learned? A look at true geniuses shows that specific training methods and good, old-fashioned practice go a long way.
By Scott Young
Getting rid of bad habits isn't just about saying NO. To truly succeed, we must replace the bad behavior with a better behavior. Here's how.
How can you make a real impact with your creative projects? The secret lies in the intersection of your genuine interests, skills, and opportunities.
By Scott Belsky