Calling yourself “creative” is certainly a popular thing to do.
Creativity is – after-all – a much-needed resource.
But when everyone believes they’re creative, the word becomes diluted. Confusion sets in. What does it truly mean to be creative?
Is it enough to be a designer or…
I like my hair messy. My love wild. And my sex aggressive. But I’m still a sensitive woman, just with passion.
Star Sign Quotes
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Kloud Clothing Company giving great advice for up and coming streetwear brands.
And perhaps this is why we look so wistfully at entrepreneurs. They seem to exude the raw passion that experience has taught us to modulate, the vivid emotion that we’ve learned to suppress, the intense energy that we learn must be channeled, the unreasonable audacity that has been replaced by sensible objectives. We cheer for them because they represent our youthful hopes, our idealism, our ambitions and our dreams. And when these entrepreneurs defy the extraordinary odds, and succeed, we rejoice, for at the moment we can sense, if only fleetingly, the exceptional untapped potential within each of us. We rejoice, and wonder: what if?
America’s Healthy Infatuation With Entrepreneurs - Atlantic Mobile (via entrepreneurwisdom)
"Leaders are focused." Truth: Leaders create a shared focus.
If your team isn’t focused, it doesn’t matter how focused you are on doing what matters. A manager is usually focused, but a leader creates shared focus and doesn’t waste resources by allowing team members to do work that doesn’t matter.
Being focused is about self-responsibility and discipline. Creating shared focus is about engaging others in the leadership agenda and making it specific to their jobs.
Read all seven here.
If you love a flower, don’t pick it up. Because if you pick it up it dies and it ceases to be what you love. So if you love a flower, let it be. Love is not about possession. Love is about appreciation.
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