Profile designed by Ryan Beck from the Noun Project

Profile designed by Ryan Beck from the Noun Project

What We’re Reading:

If graphic designers had honest resumes, they’d look something like this.

“Now is the time for designers to embrace the business world and then to do what they do best: redesign it.” FastCo on how to be the next great designer-founder.

“There has never been a better time in the whole history of the world to invent something. Right now, this minute. This is the time that folks in the future will look back at and say, ‘Oh to have been alive and well back then!”

From 99U.com: 

Job security is becoming a luxury. We change careers more than ever. So how can we “future-proof” our careers to be resilient to changes we don’t even see coming? By developing an unquenchable desire to learn.

Over 60 percent of the world’s population is not on the internet. Not coincidentally, those people are often from communities in which the black market is the primary way of operating. In this 99U talk, Joshua Klein tells us why your network is your most valuable resource in a world where everything is a black market

Yuko Shimizu worked in the PR business for 11 years before making the leap to becoming a full-time illustrator. Now she has clients likeThe New York Times1800, and others. We asked her how she did it

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  • http://www.thankyoubro.com/ Chad Haynes

    Will be sure to check all of these out!

    I totally agree that the only way to take care of yourself in this world is to be interested and engaged enough in life to always be reading and learning.

    Paradoxically, releasing yourself from the pressure of trying to be perfect not only simplifies your life and reduces stress, but achieves these practical goals as well.

    – Chad

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