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12 Secrets to Unlocking Your Most Creative Work

One of my favorite bloggers/photographers/creatives is Chase Jarvis. When I started working in the “creative field” he was my go to guy for advice, mentorship, and solutions to a lot of problems. Chase posted a blog in August that I’ve help shape the way I’m living my life in the season I’m currently in. I wanted to repost it in hopes that it may help someone else who struggles with the ADD/ADHD/OCD/ABCDEFG lifestyle. If you have a spare 15min, give…

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How To Be Excellent When Life Sucks

For an early twenty something like myself, my reality is somewhere between dreaming of the future and trying to pay tomorrows bills. It’s hard to answer the question of “What are you doing with your life?” and “Why are you still living here?” I’ve found it hard recently to be consistent in the excellence of my work because well, sometimes it’s hard to be excellent when you don’t feel like you’re on top of the world. So how do you…

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50 Things About Millennials That Make Corporate America Scared Out Of Their Mind

In 2013, Joel Stein deemed Millennials the “ME Generation.” The TIME contributor called Generation-Y selfish, egotistical and lazy. He also noted, however, that we may just be the generation that will save us all. Per usual, no one knows what to make of us. Our parents scorn us, then praise us. They lament over our technological dependency, then ask us to set up their iPads. They tell us we’re lazy, then ask us for a loan. Our generation is an…

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Made For More

“Make a careful exploration of who you are and the work you have been give, and then sink yourself into that. Don’t be impressed with yourself. Each of you must take responsibility for doing the creative best you can with your own life.” — Galatians 6: 4-5 MSG I started this post off with a verse that has been my verse for 2014. I chose this verse because at the beginning of the year I was stepping into a new…

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Five Signs Your Company Culture May Actually Suck

When I read this article I knew I had to share with everyone, these are some things that when starting Southern Hospitality, we tried to avoid when creating the identity of our culture. This is a great read for anyone who is struggling to get their company culture off the ground! Great company culture is visceral. We’re talking about the type of culture that is so real, it envelops you from the minute you step into the office. It’s refreshing, like…

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Four Ways to Lead Yourself Before Leading Others

Everyone wants to be a leader. However, leadership doesn’t happen overnight. You can’t just walk up to a group of random strangers and declare, “I am your leader. Follow me.” Before you can lead others well, you must first be able to lead yourself. As the Latin proverb goes: “It is absurd that a man should rule others, who cannot rule himself.” Even after you become a leader, you owe it to your followers to lead yourself well. So how…

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4 Time Management Tips For Leaders [ReBlog]

I get to meet lots of leaders. Some are young, some are old, but without a doubt the ones who get the most done always manage their time well. Most young leaders I meet have no idea how to manage their time. I’m one decade into what I pray will be a lifetime of ministry, and I have made plenty of mistakes, but there are four time management tips I have learned. I pray these will help you as you…

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19 Successful To-Do’s

You have to make the call you’re afraid to make. You have to get up earlier than you want to get up. You have to give more than you get in return right away. You have to care more about others than they care about you. You have to fight when you are already injured, bloody, and sore. You have to feel unsure and insecure when playing it safe seems smarter. You have to lead when no one else is…

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3 Personality Types That Can Harm Your Business

Great read originally posted by Entrepreneur Mag The candidate Pierce Howard interviewed for a sales position at his consulting firm, CentACS, won him over with her work experience, friend-of-a-friend connection and good looks. But it didn’t take long after she started working at the Charlotte-based firm for her to prove herself a nightmare employee. She refused to write sales proposals even after Howard sent her to a $5,000 training session on the topic. She didn’t meet sales quotas and grew…

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