Soak up the action and insights from our 2010 99% Conference with Cool Hunting's 3-minute redux, featuring Jack Dorsey, Stefan Sagmeister, John Maeda, Fred Wilson, and more.
By The 99U Team
Get the little stuff done every day, and make sure what you're doing maps to the strategy you laid out. According to Governors Island president Leslie Koch, it's that simple.
You don't have to raise tons of venture capital to be your own boss. Seasoned investor Fred Wilson outlines 10 ways to make a living doing what you love.
Twitter creator Jack Dorsey outlines his simple approach to making amazing ideas happen: drawing out the idea, gauging the right timing, and iterating like mad.
After witnessing the horrors of the sex trade in Southeast Asia, entrepreneur Eve Blossom set out to create a new breed of collaborative business.
How do we prioritize in the age of distraction? In this short talk, Behance's Scott Belsky discusses approaches for moving the needle on the projects that really matter.
"What's interesting about controversy is that it gets your pictures out there." Photographer Jill Greenberg on the value of pushing the envelope.
Jeffrey Kalmikoff and Jake Nickell, co-founders of Threadless, talk about how they transformed a fun side project into a multimillion dollar company.
How can personal projects feed our professional development? Ji Lee changed his career trajectory with 30,000 stickers and a guerrilla art approach.
Contrary to popular belief, talent does not always get noticed. Behance's Scott Belsky breaks down the necessity of self-marketing.
Expertise theorist Jason Randal talks about how to supercharge your ability to focus and expand your memory for speedy results when learning new tasks and skills.
Pulling from his collected notes and sketches from over three decades, renowned graphic designer Michael Bierut shares five simple secrets for doing great creative work.