1. The process of choosing between multiple courses of action. 2. A necessary skill for moving projects forward.
Coax out your creativity with this put-on-your-headphones-and-get-focused music mix, which glides from melodic electronica to dreamy synth-pop.
By Jocelyn K. Glei
Is launching a new idea the same thing as "finishing" it? A reflection on the challenges of nurturing our ideas when the novelty has worn off.<em></em>
By Michael Karnjanaprakorn
Of all the improv games and exercises we learned, the ‘three-line scene’ was perhaps the most enlightening. The takeaway? Context is everything.
By Jack Cheng
"Everyone talks about ideas but few actually do them. I believe in action. It's the most important part to creativity."
By Scott Belsky
Brooklyn-based graphic designer and illustrator Dust La Rock talks about "doing what thou wilt", Yerba Mate, and the cliché of connections.
By Behance Team
In this first installment in our four-part series on the lessons to be learned from improv comedy, we learn about the power of fearless momentum.
Viktoria Alexeeva of charity: water discusses prioritization, multi-tasking, and collaboration in a non-profit environment.
By Emily Heyward
Treehugger.com founder Graham Hill talks about building a sustainable future, the value of hard data, and managing a business without an office.
By Cameron Parkins
We catch up with Aerosyn-Lex to discuss his sources of inspiration, why to-do lists are not helpful, and when to call a project finished.
By Lee Pinkas