1. A necessary precursor to eventual success.
Motivation advice for people who can't stand positive thinking.
By Oliver Burkeman
Stop blaming outside forces for your unfinished projects and get them out into the world and out of your mind.
By Elizabeth Grace Saunders
Sometimes we can be our own worst enemy. Presenting three classic versions of fear of success, and what to do about them.
By Mark McGuinness
When faced with failure, how we react is much more important than the failure itself. In 1969, Issac Hayes (empowed by Stax Records) turned his failure into the start of a legendary career.
By John Caddell
<br>When every instinct is telling us to stop, how do we keep pushing our creativity to unknown heights?<br>
By The 99U Team
Trying to be perfect can cause enough anxiety and frustration to sabotage our creativity.
By Heidi Grant Halvorson
<br><br>Unless you have relevant experience to back you up, going with your intuition when making tough choices may cause more harm than good.<br><br>
By Christian Jarrett
Finishing is important, but when your projects start to cause more harm than good, it may be time to think about throwing in the towel.
<br>"I wanted to follow my heart and not be strategic and throw all preconceived ideas away," says Jonathan Adler in this talk about ignoring other people's opinions and charting your own path to creative fulfillment.<br>