1. Knowing exposure to the chance of loss 2. Making a leap into the great unknown.
Trying to be perfect can cause enough anxiety and frustration to sabotage our creativity.
By Heidi Grant Halvorson
"Get the hell out of the building" and other advice from a startup veteran.
By Jake Cook
<br>With a few small changes in your mindset, you can turn rejection into a dramatic boost for your motivation and focus.<br>
By David Burkus
<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
<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>
By The 99U Team
<br>Feeling anxious about taking your next risk? Think like a surfer and always be chasing the next "wave." <br>
By Srinivas Rao
<br>We don't question random forces in our personal lives or the world around us. But what about in our careers or in business? Why don't we account for unpredictability in these areas?<br>
By Frans Johansson
We talk to the creator of off-Broadway hit "Sleep No More" about how to pique an audience's curiosity by inviting them into adventure.
By Jenn Tardif
Can you teach creativity? We talk to Tina Seelig of the Stanford d.school about creating the mindset and environment for incredible innovation.