⫹⫺ When in Doubt, Zoom Out
For the Creators, Makers & Doers - CMMN WLTH 053
Hello my friends,
This week it’s been difficult to choose which dip to buy.
Like life — whether you’re investing in the stock market or crypto — “when in doubt, zoom out” will provide perspective and (maybe) some comfort.
Top of mind this week:
The corporation of the future has no full time employees.
A copywriting tool that the Madmen would use.
Creativity is a waste of time.
More below ↓
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The next generation of creatives are multi-hyphenate. Kristin Barwick blends design thinking, innovative materialization and progressive aesthetic in her concept work.
Harry Dry’s latest project curates the most effective copywriting and provides useful explanations on why it works. An essential skill for every product manager.
The corporation of the future is already here. How does a business that enables creators to earn over $175 million a year and generates $11 million in annualized revenue operate with no full time employees?
Know what you're worth. A running list of 24,000 salaries that can be filtered by industry, experience and gender.
Onboarding done right can be transformational for both employee and company. Why do so many organizations do a poor job?
To be more creative, waste more time. Productivity centers around optimizing time, what you need is the opposite.
Learning stuff quickly is an essential skill in an accelerating economy. Josh Comeau shares what he’s learned about learning:
Mix guided and unguided learning
Make intentional mistakes
Build related projects
Sh*t You Don’t Learn in School was one of the top submissions in the CMMN WLTH Podcast List. Steph Smith has been talking about the future of work before it was a thing.
Out of Office
What would you do if one of the most omnipresent voices in business and tech writes a piece on Web3?
You would probably just read it and move on.
What if it’s poorly researched, misquoted and misguided?
While ragging on him is played out it’s worrying how many people listen to Prof G’s advice. Please, do your own research.
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