Paul Jun is the Head of Content at CreativeMornings. He's a writer, portrait/editorial photographer, and author of Connect the Dots. He's the former Community Manager for the altMBA. His essays have appeared on 99u, Fast Company, Entrepreneur, Inc. and more. Profile pic: Bill Wadman.
Creativity, content marketing strategy, community building, writing a book, self-education, writing, reading, learning, sports, making tough decisions, fitness, snowboarding, and asking good questions.
Design and Photoshop
"The most important knowledge is that which guides the way you lead your life." — Seneca
Seth Godin, Maria Popova, Martha Graham, Temple Grandin, Steven Pressfield, Michael Jordan, Joan Didion, Anne Lamott, Marcus Aurelius, Seneca, Epictetus.
Where something is, but not the street name.
How to set up a digital commonplace book.
Paul’s CreativeMornings activity
Sonja Overhiser A Couple Cooks
One of the thing about setting goals and achieving them is you always realize they were set too low.
Entrepreneurs aren't risk takers. What entrepreneurs are great at is managing uncertainty.
The more you struggle and don't give up has a tendency to help you create really basic goals.
Chris Elmore Chaos
Megan Absten Intention is Internal
Intention is the point in your life where you find something that is worth living for.
Frits Habermann Intent = learn quickly, listen, do good work.
Isn't it ironic that the thing that helps us work and connect with people is the thing that distracts us and focus.
I wonder if we're losing our ability to create and be creative because we're stuck in this technology chaos.
Technology, unfortunately, is like a double-edged sword; it has both the power to enhance our lives and also to destroy it.
Danny Kim From Chaos to Creativity
Sarah Schultz Everyone Has A Craft Story
Naima Shalhoub Harmonizing Community
Shannon Lee Finding Stillness in Chaos
What is craft? It feels like something that should be straightforward. But what I'm beginning to learn is that craft is actually a very complex idea.
Everyone has a craft story.
I realized those failed knitting projects are not failed knitting projects.
Craft is much more than a way to make an object. It is much more than a way to brand a product. It is even much more than a process.
Ashley Brooks Being Where You are Meant to Be