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Creative Disruption: How 12 Creatives on 5 Continents Rose to the Challenge of the Pandemic

When the Covid 19 pandemic struck in 2020, human life on earth was massively disrupted. Not only the human tragedy of millions of lives lost, but also the social and economic damage caused by the virus and our attempts to control it. As a writer and a coach for creatives, I have been particularly concerned […]

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How I Created, Funded and Launched My New Podcast (while the World Was in Meltdown)

Welcome to Episode 10 of the Creative Disruption season of The 21st Century Creative, where we are hearing stories of creatives around the world who came up with a creative response to the challenges of the pandemic. Itas been my most ambitious season yet, with creatives from 5 continents and probably the closest Iall ever […]

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From Tattoos to NFTs with Ichi Hatano

Welcome to Episode 9 of the Creative Disruption season of The 21st Century Creative, where we are hearing stories of creatives around the world who came up with a creative response to the challenges of the pandemic. This week we are off to Tokyo, to meet Ichi Hatano, a wonderful artist whose work has deep […]

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Using Lockdown to Launch a Dream Project with Nicky Mondellini

Welcome to Episode 8 of the Creative Disruption season of The 21st Century Creative, where we are hearing stories of creatives around the world who came up with a creative response to the challenges of the pandemic. Have you ever had the idea for a creative project that youave never quite got round to starting? […]

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All Arts Are Performing Arts

If you work on your own a in your office or studio, or your bedroom or at your kitchen table a it can feel like no one is watching. So it doesnat matter whether you show up. If you skipped a day on your novel, who would know? If you didnat go to the studio […]

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Taking Deep Work Online with Laura Davis

Welcome to Episode 7 of the Creative Disruption season of The 21st Century Creative, where we are hearing stories of creatives around the world who came up with a creative response to the challenges of the pandemic. Today weare focusing on a creative sector that is close to my heart, which was massively disrupted but […]

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Sometimes You Have to Grind the Work Out

A few months ago I was listening to the DavidBowie: AlbumtoAlbum podcast, a terrific show about Bowie hosted by Arsalan Mohammed. In Season 3 episode 11 Arsalan spoke to Donny McCaslin, the leader of the jazz band that Bowie discovered in a New York club, and asked to work with him on what turned out […]

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Helping Musicians Through Lockdown with Charlotte Abroms

Welcome to Episode 6 of the Creative Disruption season of The 21st Century Creative, where we are hearing stories of creatives around the world who came up with a creative response to the challenges of the pandemic. Today we are off to Australia in the company of Charlotte Abroms, a music manager based in Melbourne […]

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Work on Multifaceted Projects

Last week I suggested that if youare serious about achieving your creative ambitions, you need to think in terms of projects, not tasks. Because if you get up every morning and ask yourself aWhat should I work on today?a you risk making decisions based on what feels urgent right now, rather than what will make […]

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Staying Creative as a Parent (Even in a Pandemic) with Kay Lock Kolp

Welcome to Episode 5 of the CREATIVE DISRUPTION season of The 21st Century Creative, where we are hearing stories of creatives around the world who came up with a creative response to the challenges of the pandemic. Today we are going to look at one of the biggest challenge for many people during lockdown, whether […]

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Focus on Projects, Not Tasks

When we think of productivity we typically think about tasks and to-do lists, working habits and routines. We focus on how to make the most of our time on a daily or at most a weekly basis. All of which is great, but if this is all we focus on, thereas a danger of getting […]

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Launching a New Business in the Pandemic with Amrita Kumar

Welcome to Episode 4 of the CREATIVE DISRUPTION season of The 21st Century Creative, where we are hearing stories of creatives around the world who came up with a creative response to the challenges of the pandemic. Today we meet Amrita Kumar, the co-founder and CEO of Candid Marketing, an innovative marketing agency in India. […]

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Make Your Marketing Personal with a Media Dashboard

Marketing is a word that strikes fear into the heart of a lot of creatives. Itas an area where a lot of us feel we donat have a natural talent a weare far more comfortable making work than telling the world about it, let alone trying to get people to buy it. One reason for […]

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Rebooting Global Filming with Hometeam

Welcome to Episode 3 of the CREATIVE DISRUPTION season of The 21st Century Creative, where we are hearing stories of creatives around the world who came up with a creative response to the challenges of the pandemic. Today we are looking at the world of film and TV production, which was massively disrupted by the […]

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Why Rejection Doesnat (Necessarily) Mean Your Work Isnat Good Enough

A lot of creative professions involve submitting work to gatekeepers of various kinds: agents, editors, publishers, gallerists, funders, producers, studios and competition judges and so on. Yes, the 21st century gives us plenty of options for creating things without gatekeepers a you can sell direct, build your own platform, launch your own event, self-publish or […]

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Lockdown Series: Windows on a Changed World with Earl Abrahams

Welcome to Episode 2 of the CREATIVE DISRUPTION season of The 21st Century Creative, where we are hearing stories of creatives around the world who came up with a creative response to the challenges of the pandemic. This week we are off to South Africa, to hear from Earl Abrahams, an artist and filmmaker who […]

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Eat that Frog (But Eat the Cake as Well)

aEat a live frog first thing in the morning and nothing worse will happen to you for the rest of the day.a This quote is often attributed to Mark Twain. Apparently thereas no hard evidence linking it to him, but that hasnat stopped it from concentrating the minds of many people when they ask themselves […]

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The Rocky Road for Theatre through the Pandemic with Steven Kunis

Today we kick off Season 6 of The 21st Century Creative, the podcast that helps you thrive as a creative professional amid the demands, distractions and opportunities of the 21st Century. The theme for this season is CREATIVE DISRUPTION. Every episode will feature an interview with a creator whose work was disrupted by the Covid-19 […]

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Video: Forget the Career Ladder a Start Creating Assets

I hope this finds you as well as can be. Here in the UK weare bracing for what we are assured will be a large wave of Omicron. I know things may be very different for you, depending on where you are in the world. But whatever the circumstances, I hope you are finding your […]

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My new podcast (and why itas the opposite of The 21st Century Creative)

Today is the launch of my new podcast, and itas something Iave been planning and dreaming of sharing with you for years. Itas called A Mouthful of Air. And in several ways, itas the opposite of my 21st Century Creative podcast. I designed the two shows to work together from the start, although it’s taken […]

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Ideas Are Leprechauns

Last night I was about to go to bed when I suddenly remembered an idea Iad had for an article a few months ago. Though I say so myself, it was a great idea, and I was keen to revisit it, so I opened up the Scrivener project where I had written it downa| and […]

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Episode 50! Avoiding the Advice Trap with Michael Bungay Stanier

Todayas guest on The 21st Century Creative is Michael Bungay Stanier, a returning guest whose interview way back in Season 1 proved very popular. And his book The Coaching Habit turned out to be even more popular, as it went on to sell three quarters of a million copies. Michael is back with some excellent […]

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Every Creative Project Is a Revolving Door

A lot of productivity advice tells us that we need to stop procrastinating, beat Resistance, and get things done. The Americans like to talk about ashippinga, meaning finished and sent out for delivery. This emphasis on getting things done and out to market is part of their extraordinary entrepreneurial culture. Famously, Guy Kawasaki even said […]

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The 21st Century Illustrator with Krystal Lauk

Todayas guest on The 21st Century Creative is Krystal Lauk, an illustrator who took an unconventional path by creating illustrations for tech companies, and founded a studio that counts Google, Uber, Facebook and The New York Times among its clients. Itas a fascinating story of discovery and enterprise at what Krystal calls athe intersection of […]

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You Have to be Bad to Get Good

Iave recently started taking one-to-one Japanese conversation lessons. It hasnat been easy. In fact, itas been a bit of a humbling experience. Between work and family responsibilities, I only have 30 minutes a day to study Japanese, and Iave spent this time every day for the past two years memorising kanji characters, vocabulary and grammar […]

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Writing a World-Changing Book with Cynthia Morris

Todayas guest on The 21st Century Creative is Cynthia Morris, a coach for creatives who shares insights on the book-writing process, based on her latest book The Busy Womanas Guide to Writing a World-Changing Book. So if you are contemplating writing a book – whether itas your first one or your twenty-first – there is […]

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The Art of Overhearing Yourself

If you think about overhearing something, you probably think of listening to someone elseas conversation, whether deliberately or accidentally, and picking up a titbit of information that you would never otherwise have been privy to. It might be funny, or shocking or useful, or – as in the case of so many loud phone calls […]

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The Adventure of Writing with Emily Kimelman

Todayas guest on The 21st Century Creative is Emily Kimelman, a thriller author who has travelled the world in a boat and criss-crossed the USA in an Airstream trailer while writing and publishing her books, and selling hundreds of thousands of copies in the process. Emilyas adventurous spirit shines through in her writing as well […]

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Systems Can Set You Free

Today I want to persuade you that systems can set you free. You might not associate systems with freedom, but bear with me while I explain. This morning Iam writing this article for you. The only thing Iam thinking about is you, and what I can say that will be most helpful. But how is […]

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Martha Stewart slams remote work in interview: 'You can't possibly get everything done'

Martha Stewart told Footwear News in a recent interview she was on a "rampage" to get people back into the office.

Why quoting my book on racial justice is a problem for Christian college professors

Far-right Christians branding me and my racial injustice book 'a problem' feels frustrating. I can hear echoes of the past in their present behavior.

Amanda Gorman's book restricted in one school, not banned county-wide | Fact check

Gorman's book wasn't banned from all elementary schools in Miami-Dade County. It was moved to the middle school library at one K-8 school.

Elliot Page details abuse, dysphoria, coming out in memoir 'Pageboy': 'The closet was grueling'

Elliot Page is done begging us to hear him. Now it's time for everyone to listen. Here's what we learned reading the actor's vulnerable memoir.

Celebrity memoirs worth the hype from Viola Davis, Danny Trejo, Jennette McCurdy and more

You think you know their lives from social media. But celebrity memoirs give you a raw and intimate look, and allow them to tell their own stories

Her mother and brother died four months apart. This is how baseball got her through grief.

Teresa Strasser's mom died exactly four months to the day after her brother died. Baseball helped her through it.

Elliot Page kicks off Pride Month with 'Pageboy,' more must-read new books this week

It's a big week for heartfelt memoirs with new books from actor Elliot Page and Frieda Hughes, the daughter of Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes.

Elliot Page reveals past relationship with Kate Mara in upcoming memoir 'Pageboy'

Elliot Page is opening up about his previous relationship with Kate Mara, while she was dating Max Minghella.

Taylor Swift, Oprah, BeyoncA(c), more celebs make Forbes' richest self-made women list

Here are the celebrities who made Forbes' list of America's richest self-made women.

'Poetry offers us a powerful space': Janel Pineda, Clint Smith, on magic of poetry

Poetry can be hard, but it's more accessible than you think. Poets Clint Smith, more break down the genre and why it's perfect for summer reading.

Channing Tatum on the 'emotional, creative warfare' of raising kids, new Sparkella book

Channing Tatum reveals the real life inspiration behind his new children's picture book "The One and Only Sparkella and the Big Lie."

Read with USA TODAY's Book Club all summer long. Next up is T.J. Newman's 'Drowning'

This summer, we're all about suspense, and T.J. Newman's new airplane thriller "Drowning" is a doozy. Read it with us!

Book adaptations we can't wait to watch: 'Oppenheimer,' 'Pain Hustlers,' 'Wonka' and more

We love when our favorite books come to life on screen. Here are the adaptations we're excited about, from "The Boogeyman" to "Lessons in Chemistry."

Summer suspense: 10 page-turning thrillers from S. A. Cosby, Jake Tapper, Riley Sager and more

Nothing flies faster than the pages of a good thriller, which makes it perfect summer reading. Here are 10 new books we can't wait to read.

What if we could be heroes? With the magic of thrillers, we can be, says author T.J. Newman

Reading larger-than-life adventures make us feel alive, says "Drowning" author T.J. Newman. And that makes them the perfect summer escape.

T.J. Newman's 'Drowning,' Luis A. Urrea's 'Good Night, Irene' among 5 books not to miss

Flight attendant turned bestselling author Newman returns with another page-turning airplane thriller and more of this week's new book releases.

False claim masses of books in Florida school were removed for being 'inappropriate' | Fact check

Officials say the books shown in the video were removed during the end of year inventory due to their age, not for being "inappropriate."

Dishing up history: Chicago woman donates 'priceless' collection of cookbooks to culinary program

After a life spent cooking and collecting cookbooks, Sandra McWorter Marsh has donated them a nearly 1,800 in all a to a Chicago culinary school.

A WWII bomber vanished in an upstate New York blizzard. A new book tracks the mystery

Their mission: Fly above the clouds, join and break formation, and return to base. Nearly 80 years later, the fate of Getaway Gertie is still unknown.

Janelle MonA!e on 'luxury' of addressing their mental health: 'Being an artist gets lonely'

"I think that therapy, life coaching included, should be free for every American," MonA!e said.

Claudia Conway explains why she became a Playboy bunny: 'Full control of my body and my voice'

Claudia Conway, Kellyanne Conway's 18-year-old daughter, is Playboy's newest bunny. She says it's about reclaim the narrative surrounding her body.

Amanda Gorman's 'The Hill We Climb' is under attack at Florida school. Reread it in full here.

Amanda Gorman says she is "gutted" about the opposition to "The Hill We Climb" from a parent at a school in Florida. Read the poem in full here.

Florida school blocks younger students from reading Amanda Gorman's 'The Hill We Climb' poem

Amanda Gorman slams national school book bans in response to Bob Graham Education Center banning her 2020 inaugural poem The Hill We Climb.

Man returns overdue library book nearly 100 years after it was checked out

The book returned to the St. Helena Public Library in California after almost 100 years carried an overdue bill of about $1,700, the library said.

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