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"Most people do not listen
with the intent
to understand;

they listen
with the intent
to reply."

Stephen Covey  (via thatkindofwoman)

Incredibly important to remember.  Listen to understand.  Listen to understand.

(Source: vvolare, via brittanickel)

"I never use a studio to work … You have to get new ideas from life … For me the most important spaces to be are the spaces in between — like in airports or lobbies of hotels — when you’re leaving one space and you arrive to another space. Before you start to make new habits you’re really open to destiny, you’re more perceptive, you see things. If you ask someone who has made the same commute to work everyday for 25 years to describe his own door, he probably couldn’t do it. But if you bring the same person to Japan and ask him afterwards to describe something, he could do it because his perception would be open."

Marina Abramovic, performance artist

A Day in the Life of a Target-Market Female.

GEM of a gem.

"There are no great briefs, only great ads.
There are no great briefs, but there are a lot of bad ones.
A good brief is probably about as good as a brief gets."

— Gary Duckworth

I learned a lot about archery this year

(via awelltraveledwoman)

Childhood at its best.


You’ve got to sell your heart, your strongest reactions, not the little minor things that only touch you lightly, the little experiences that you might tell at dinner. This is especially true when you begin to write, when you have not yet developed the tricks of interesting people on paper, when you have none of the technique which it takes time to learn. When, in short, you have only your emotions to sell.

This is the experience of all writers.


F. Scott Fitzgerald on the Secret to Great Writing (via theatlantic)

This applies to storytelling too!

(via moth-stories)

(via moth-stories)


Prettiest consumer segmentation eva. 


Where do you fall on the coffee hierarchy?

Liking this layout

(Source: warbyparker)


The lorax #killinit #drseuss



A good view on strategy from Undercurrent’s Mike Arouz.  Check the full article here: What is Strategy?


think. plan. execute.

(Source: -retrograde, via exitcreative)

Looking forward to the Spring Friday Forum Lineup.  #stacked


Listen Harder - Poster Design

From the poster series “Daft Life”.

Designed by Joey Camacho.

More poster design inspiration.

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This is one of my goals for the year. Listen harder. Listen better. This is my strategic mantra.

(via weandthecolor)