Articles Tagged: <span>creatives</span>

How to Handle Feedback Without Wrecking Your Day (or Week!)

It’s an experience that no creative wants to have. You’ve completed a project that you’re really proud of. You truly gave it your all—heart, soul, blood, sweat, and tears. But when the feedback comes, it’s, shall we say, less than encouraging.  Creative work is particularly open to negative feedback: it’s often highly subjective and open […]

The Inner Dragon: Thoughts and Power Over Thoughts

Our Unleashing Your Inner Dragon series is all about discovering the inner dragon of fierce creativity that lives inside of you. Once you learn to unleash this inner dragon, you’ll be better equipped to “create happy” in your life—which is what Design.org is all about. In this post, we’ll discuss in greater depth the next […]

Designing Your Workspace to Maximize Creativity

When it comes to getting creative work done, your workspace is where the magic happens. At least, in theory. In reality, it’s also the place where a whole lot of procrastination, excuse-making, time-wasting, and head-banging-on-the-desk happens.  The good news: that’s not always entirely your fault. Sometimes, the problem isn’t necessarily with you, but with your […]

Unleash Your Inner Dragon: A Manifesto for Creatives

Dear Creatives, This is the story of a dragon. A dragon that lives inside you. It’s a dragon of fierce creativity, the source of big ideas and the power to bring them to life. The things you want most in the world—to make change, to inspire meaning, to “create happy,” for yourself and for others—all […]

The 4 Lessons Creatives Can Learn From Their Moms

Moms are superheroes. I know super moms. I’m in awe of them. I mean that, 100%. They dedicate a huge portion of their lives to a cause bigger than themselves, bettering the world by teaching their children important lessons, and by raising their children to be polite, grateful, educated, good human beings. I know my […]