When we separate ourselves from our work, we lose dignity in our labor. Here's how to get it back.
By Sam Spurlin
“Lateral thinking is concerned not with playing with the existing pieces but with seeking to change those very pieces.”
By Shane Snow
Adam Warner met Meghan Baker a year before she was diagnosed with breast cancer. What followed was a life-changing event that fueled Adam's next big adventure.
By Chris Guillebeau
As much as we may try, there is no wall between our work selves and our home selves. Keeping a balance means getting real with how one affects the other.
By Christian Jarrett
Stefan Sagmeister, Muriel Cooper, and other graphic designers who decided on an abrupt change of direction.
By John Clifford
Your next job title probably doesn’t even exist yet. So what’s the only skill that promises to pay dividends in the future? Your ability to expand your mind.
By Paul Jun
Tools that make us want to get to work.
By Sasha VanHoven
When faced with temptation from your goal, don't ask yourself "How good have I been?" Ask "How committed am I?"
By Elizabeth Grace Saunders
Ben Shaffer, designer of the Nike Flyknit, has three rules: incubate, instigate, and build, build, build.
By The 99U Team