Creating a sense of "us" with your coworkers can go a long way.
By The 99U Team
If you think your anxiety or grumpiness is distracting you from your creative process, think again. The very feelings that make creativity painful can enable your best work.
One of the most underrated parts of the creative process is remaining vulnerable says New York Times bestselling author Brenè Brown in this moving 99U talk.
Know thyself, know the what and why of all you're doing, and most importantly DBAD.
By Kiana S.
The moment you decide to create opportunities without asking for permission is when its time to invite yourself to new possibilities.
Break things down and then walk into the mess with all of your senses turned up. Then, and only then, will you find something amazing in all of the wreckage.
What do you want people to say about you in the different roles you play in life? Decide, then put it on your calendar.
What are people using? What's getting more popular? Look at the rising columns around you.
Your creative work can make the world a better place. But only if you allow yourself to shock, disgust, and—yes—even fail.
Our coworkers are the humans that that we spend most of our time with and, damn it, it should be fun.
How to fight, the right way.
Bias creeps up on us when we least expect it.
Every business has two stories: The narrative projected to the outside world, and the much messier truth.
What we make has a bigger impact on our culture than you think.
The director of Mindfulness Everywhere on never forgetting to be human when in the trenches of creativity.