We like plans. They make us feel comfortable. Yet, improv teaches that we must always remain open to new ideas--and maybe to scrapping that plan.
By Jack Cheng
In this first installment in our four-part series on the lessons to be learned from improv comedy, we learn about the power of fearless momentum.
"Vectorfunk" illustrator Matt W. Moore pushes the envelope -- and relentlessly tracks his progress with little, yellow stickies.
By Behance Team
Viktoria Alexeeva of charity: water discusses prioritization, multi-tasking, and collaboration in a non-profit environment.
By Emily Heyward
Treehugger.com founder Graham Hill talks about building a sustainable future, the value of hard data, and managing a business without an office.
By Cameron Parkins
Agency vet and women-in-advertising innovator Alessandra Lariu shoots the breeze about trading favors, scary ideas, and letting go of ego.
We catch up with Aerosyn-Lex to discuss his sources of inspiration, why to-do lists are not helpful, and when to call a project finished.
By Lee Pinkas
Renaissance creative professional Chad Crouch talks about moving fluidly between mediums and the importance of enchantment.
For teams focused on long-term projects, tangible products can provide a measurable jolt of motivation.
By Scott Belsky