111. F*ck You, Pay Me: Client-Services Contract Tips For Respectable Businesses

15 important takeaways from this talk:

110. Copy, Cut, Paste: How Everything Is Copy From A Copy From A Copy

14 important takeaways from this talk:

Burn your business cards. Whenever we introduce ourselves to another person, we usually lead with our title – whether it’s on our business card or what we claim ourselves to be. In fact we’re robbing ourselves of some… Read More

Don’t ever work in advertising. ‘I work in advertising; I sell Doritos.’ ‘Fuck OFF!’ Mig Reyes – Backwards Advice for Creative Mornings

Break things. All our life we’re told to make things. Breaking things is a process from which you can learn so much more if you decide to learn from somebody else whose done something great and break it… Read More

When was the last time you mentored somebody who was less experienced than you? When was the last time you tried to bring together your community and do things for your community? Mig Reyes – Backwards Advice for… Read More

I like to go to a lot of events and conferences. I read a lot from different essays, bloggers, and books. And one thing that you expect when you see these people up on stage; when you read… Read More

Maybe if we think about making more ugly things and not giving a shit about pretty things we can get somewhere. Imagine if Craigslist was beautiful? It wouldn’t feel like we’re getting a deal. So if you’re buying… Read More

Find out why things go where they go. Find out why particular scenes in a particular film sequence are edited together or in the fashion they are or in the time that they are and the way that… Read More

When looking for funding, don’t just look for cash. Look for the right people. Jodie Fox for Creative Mornings 

Startups don’t die because they run out of money, they die because they don’t figure out who they are. Hampus Jakobsson for Creative Mornings (via shareableadvertising)

Your creative imagination will always be greater than the technology at your disposal. Jason Galeon 

If your message is familiar, make sure your voice is new. If your voice sounds familiar, make sure your message is new. Chris Doyle for CreativeMornings