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The trap of early feedback

This post was originally published on this siteWe skew our thinking based on the first feedback we get. That’s the moment of maximum fragility, and so our radar is on high alert. But the math doesn’t hold up, and this high alert can destroy our most important work. All salt …

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Workshop updates

This post was originally published on this siteToday’s the very best day to sign up for the Business of Food Workshop. It’s being run by the extraordinary entrepreneur and UC Berkeley professor Will Rosenzweig. You can see all the details here, and the first lesson (of ten) begins tomorrow, February …

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Workshop updates

This post was originally published on this siteToday’s the last-best day to sign up for the Business of Food Workshop. It’s being run by the extraordinary entrepreneur and UC Berkeley professor Will Rosenzweig. You can see all the details here, and the first lesson (of ten) begins tomorrow, February 12th. …

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16 Planning Tips for Tradeshow Success [Infographic]

This post was originally published on this siteTradeshows are a big investment, so make sure you’re prepared. From tips on selling your products to creating relationships, here are some ways you can make your next tradeshow experience a success. Read the full article at MarketingProfs

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7 of the Most Creative Interactive Videos We’ve Ever Seen

This post was originally published on this siteChoose your own adventure stories aren’t just limited to the form of books anymore. In December 2018, Netflix’s Black Mirror released Bandersnatch, an interactive film about a young programmer named Stefan who adapts his favorite choose your own adventure novel into a video …

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27 Quotes About Design to Get Your Creativity Flowing

This post was originally published on this siteInspiration can often seem illusive and out-of-reach when you need it most. Unfortunately, you often can’t call it a day when you’re feeling uninspired or frustrated by your designs — or lack thereof. Oftentimes, you’re working on a strict deadline, keeping you up …

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Hard work

This post was originally published on this siteConsider two loading docks at small companies. At the first, a tractor-trailer filled with heavy boxes shows up. The sole worker on the dock is tasked with unloading the trailer, asap. He puts on his gloves and begins hauling the boxes, one at …

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