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Getting the Most out of Managing Creative Talent Without Micromanaging Them

Creators hate to be micromanaged. I've hired dozens, if not hundreds, of creatives—photographers, videographers, illustrators and other creative types—so I’ve really had to consider how to manage creators so that I get the best possible result and they have a great experience working with me so they

Getting the Most out of Managing Creative Talent Without Micromanaging Them
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The Mental Health Tax of Office Politics

Companies are just people. And when people coordinate, it’s difficult to meet everyone’s needs. After all, each of us has the habit of thinking that we can control the world around us…when in reality, each one of us is attempting to do this with our own goals

The Mental Health Tax of Office Politics
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For founders running multiple businesses at once

If you’re a quick starting founder type… that is, one of those people who just start, rather than doing research or thinking too much…it’s common to have multiple projects or businesses running at one time. I have multiple clients right now, each of whom has one, two,

For founders running multiple businesses at once
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On Vague Meetings

People are easily distracted. When we meet, we get excited, and often there are so many things on our minds that we want to share it all. So meetings sort of spill out into this collective open discussion about many different topics. This is especially true when a meeting is