Better Customer Service Through Transparency,... →
Striving for better customer service? John Sviokla of Harvard Business Review says that the three keys are transparency, tribes, and talent. Here are the examles he uses: the transparency of Federal Express, the tribes of Seth Godin, and the talent of Lauren Luke. Read the complete post to see how to make your customer service sing.
Art Marketing for Artists Who Want to Change the... →
Successful artists want to change the world. They are Outside Zebras that avoid the Herd, they live on the edge, they make purple cows that become Blue Monsters via smart conversations with their clan.
Style versus Design | Adobe Design Center →
Why understanding the difference is what it’s all about.
What Matters Now: get the free ebook | Seth's Blog →
11 Tips For Improving Your Newsletter →
1. Provide something of value. Your readers subscribed for a reason.
Thoughtful Twitter Use Manifesto « Too Much White... →
The Twitter Manifesto - I will thoughtfully compose all posts in a state of awareness and genuine goodwill for all beings. - I will only post thoughts to Twitter that have the potential to deeply enhance the well-being of others either by laughter, thoughtfulness or sparking of new and valuable ideas.
Conscious Capitalism: Doing Good Via Self-Interest... →
We may not save the world, but it’s important that our kids know we were on the right team and that we were trying.
15 Best Places to Get Free Stock Photos Online →
Obtain high-quality stock photos for free, giving the average starving artist a chance to create wonderful works of art/design without having to use next month’s rent on stock photos.
Top 5 Blogging Misconceptions →
1. If you write it they will come… No, not really. It’s more like, If you promote it they might come. You could be writing the most fantastic blog on earth but if no one knows about it why bother?
RSS Creativity: Routines, Systems, Spontaneity |... →
Most stories about creativity are stories about the 1%. We hear about the moment of inspiration – Archimedes leaping from his bath, Coleridge hallucinating “Kubla Khan” in an opium reverie. We don’t hear so much about the years of perspiration – Archimedes plugging away at failed experiments, Coleridge learning his craft by writing notebooks full of dull poetry.
Is it too late to catch up? | Seth's Blog →
O wise humanity, terribly wise humanity! Of thee I sing. How inscrutable is the...– Unknown