Particularly in the creative world, there is a stigma around self-marketing. Many of us believe that our talents should speak for themselves. On the contrary, Behance founder Scott Belsky argues that we must take it upon ourselves to ensure that others recognize our strengths.
Editor’s Note: The Joshua Bell experiment Scott mentions was conducted by the Washington Post.
Drawing on hundreds of interviews and years of research, Scott Belsky shares the methods of exceptionally productive designers, entrepreneurs, and creative leaders in his national bestseller Making Ideas Happen. Learn more about the book here.
Scott believes that the greatest breakthroughs across all industries are a result of creative people and teams that are especially productive. As the CEO and Founder of Behance, Scott has committed his professional life to helping organize creative individuals, teams, and networks.
Prior to founding Behance, Scott helped grow the Pine Street Leadership Development Initiative at Goldman, Sachs & Co. He is the Chairman of the Board of Reboot and a Director for the Kaplan Foundation. Scott received his BA from Cornell University and his MBA from Harvard Business School.