In classic 2020 fashion, this year’s back-to-school season is going to look a little different - from online lectures to distanced desks and online courses. But if we’ve learned anything from this year, it’s that high-quality tech is a very...
With our cities more competitive than ever, it’s pretty difficult to find an idea that hasn’t been done before. Meaning, if there was ever a time to get those creative juices flowing, it’s right now. Tapping into that right side of the brain doesn’t come easy to all YPs, though, so here are nine simple stimuli to help you get started
Many perpetually left brain-reliant young professionals (YPs) may boldly label themselves “uncreative.” We don't buy it; it’s possible that they have yet to explore their creative side to begin with. Not only will tapping into your creative side prove beneficial for business – no matter the industry – it also will offer an outlet from your otherwise fast-paced and consuming city life
My writer’s block shall pass. Everyone’s does…eventually. When I think back on this past month and the time that I spent not writing, I find solace in the wise words (and the voluminous sentences) of Charles Bukowski: “Writing about a writer's block is better than not writing at all”