An Abrahamic view on naivety, growth and adulthood – Jordan Peterson

Jordan B. Peterson If you forthrightly pursue that which ‘God’ directs you to pursue – let’s say – that all things are possible. That’s the idea in the narrative. You might say that’s naïve: you know that it’s not. You think it when you’re naïve, and then you dispense with that idea. And then when … Continue reading An Abrahamic view on naivety, growth and adulthood – Jordan Peterson

The coolest heroes are self-made. Here are a few of them.

What is a self-made hero? Self made heroes are the strong individuals who work against adversity and all of the odds stacked against them – outright defying them – to succeed without gift or inheritance from others. Today we look up to entrepreneurs as self-made heroes.   The coolest heroes are self-made. Although maybe that … Continue reading The coolest heroes are self-made. Here are a few of them.

We Are Hypnotised By Colour Everyday. Seriously.

Sometimes called ‘colour capital’, colours, pairings and palettes are used deliberately by the creative community for a huge array of purposes: some that are entirely aesthetic, some that are subjective, some as signifiers and some as directives in an increasingly complex and rich associative visual world. Some colours, used as psychological tools, are even used … Continue reading We Are Hypnotised By Colour Everyday. Seriously.

Motivation: Don’t give up. REJECTION LETTERS OF THE GREATS

There are so many reasons not to give up, and I love finding snippets of inspiration that boost the next say, hour or so of work. The internet makes that search so much easier. Schadenfreude is one word. Akin to, maybe how taking-pleasure-in-the-underdog-winning-like-a-champ is also a word… somewhere… that I don’t know yet, and would very … Continue reading Motivation: Don’t give up. REJECTION LETTERS OF THE GREATS