Collaged Worlds by Natalie Nicklin

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Cool collage work from Natalie Nicklin shared by The Fox is Black blog.

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Good work isn’t enough.

“My experience is that people who achieve the most success share one or more of these qualities, in no particular order:

  • They are humble. Their success doesn’t consume them.
  • They are on time. On time for work, on time for meetings, on time for the train. They hate wasting their own time, and as a byproduct, anyone else’s.
  • They always appreciate what they have. And as a result, they usually get more.
  • They are universally respectful—to their friends, their boss, or to the person that makes their sandwich for lunch.
  • They don’t let work consume them.
  • They make sacrifices for the benefit of others.
  • They are patient.
  • They put in the extra effort when it’s needed, without any strings attached.
  • They resolve issues or conflicts directly.
  • They respectfully push back. It’s easy to push back. To do so with respect takes skill.
  • They trust their colleagues.”

From this article by Greg Hoy:

Good work isn’t enough. – Cognition: The blog of web design & development firm Happy Cog.

The Creative Process

“The creative process is the perpetual assault on the beachhead of apathy.”
-Todd Henry

Check out Todd Henry’s book, blog, and podcast at the Accidental Creative.

Great resource for creatives. Enjoy.