There has never been a better time to be a creative. But we have to manage our expectations and be smart. Our worse enemy can be ourselves.
It’s an oxymoron but I argue that there is a way to hurry things up without rushing them, a way to speed up productivity AND quality, in the long run.
Probably my most cherished epiphany about productivity: using time as an ally rather than enemy.
How I fell into working for myself and why I never wanna go back.
Another reason why I love the Renaissance ideal: it’s bent on improving the world in real terms, not just aesthetically
A case for preferring breadth of knowledge to specialization. Especially if you are aiming for creativity and innovation.
I usually base my musings on nature in general but this time I turned my attention to 3 laws of thermodynamics specifically.
Don’t ignore the laws of the universe!
I wrote one song every day for 21 days. This is what the experience taught me.
Do you know why you make art? It serves much more than one purpose. It can be a lifeline.This is my estimation after diving deep into my own experience of it. Let’s explore together.
Another reflection inspired by nature. What is your pretty weed? And I’m not talking about hallucinogens.
Things I wish I knew when I was a young creative being suppressed by the outside world
Nature is amazing. It’s beautiful, yet useful. How can we incorporate this in our art?