MagicRockLA discusses honing a craft, why celebrity DJs suck, and the all-important passion-for-your-profession factor.
By Meg Franklin
From a young age, we are ingrained with a powerful short-term reward system. Yet, to make bold ideas happen, short-term rewards must be transcended.
By Scott Belsky
Trailblazing social entrepreneur Aaron Hurst, the man behind the Taproot Foundation, breaks down how he got his start in the nonprofit sector.
By Lee Pinkas
Sam Lessin, founder of file-sharing service drop.io, opines on the benefits of being contrarian and the importance of privacy in a share-all world.
Marcelo Baldin, a seasoned São Paulo-based creative, talks about the necessity of tuning out, turning off, and (sometimes) even quitting.
We talk with Creative Commons' Eric Steuer about his new "remixable music and art show" with LA's Dublab crew and how sharing really is caring.
When it comes to our own lives, we are often prone to thinking that every calamity or challenge that we encounter is a one-off, or "special case".
With crowd-sourced pillow fights and subway parties, Lori Kufner and Kevin Bracken seek to"overthrow the dominant entertainment paradigm."
Creatives use the term "constructive criticism," but is criticism the only way? Storyteller Jay O'Callahan champions the power of "appreciations."