A super-contrarian, Josh Clancy discusses disorganization and the art of the anti-process.
- August 2007
While some of the greatest ideas and solutions come up in brainstorm meetings, we also lose most of our time in discussion without action.
Reaching beyond our usual focus on the creative professional community, we round up 100 insights on topics ranging from inner serenity to laundry.
- July 2007
New Ezra, aka Jonathan Moore, discusses his layered approach to organization and the need for constant client communication -- like it or not.
- July 2007
"When I come up with an idea, I wait for about 6 months before I start implementing it - I continually improve the idea during this period."
Rather than dispensing with to-do lists and action steps, we recommend preserving them as an inspiring testament to progress already made.
While "changing things" is a noble cause and dream-worthy accomplishment, it's pretty damn tough. A look at Apple's legendary "Think Different" campaign.
- May 2007
While the compulsion to save reference items is strong, we rarely return to them once they're filed away. Our unscientific study revealed mostly dust.
- February 2007