Writer. CEO, The Middle Finger Project.
Believes creative people only get rewarded when they take risks and that success comes to those who don’t wait.
Thinks the trick to brilliant writing is to understand that the shape of the story you tell is as important as the story itself.
“Simple is good enough when you sell it correctly – the difficulty arrives when you doubt you’re good enough to keep it simple.”
Has found a better way to write your bio – just write what you know about life.
Suggests a creative way to network more effectively – start guessing what they do instead of grilling them about it.
“Instead of focusing on the effect, perhaps it’s worth thinking more about the cause.”
Believes nice brands finish last because nice isn’t interesting.
Thinks the most dangerous threat you’ll ever face in business is yourself and that sometimes you have to destroy the things you spend time on.
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