Interruption is incredibly arrogant. When you interrupt somebody, you're telling them that whatever they are doing is less important than the question you have to ask them.
Throwing more time at something usually doesn't make it a whole lot better.
Scratch your own itch.
I think it's important for anyone who is in this industry to believe in something and state it very clearly because, as good as you are, there are a hundred people who can do the same kind of work that you can do, but not everyone is going to share the same opinion, have the same personality and drive.
We worked with clients who could stand us.
Our realization was: If we need it, someone else probably needs it.
Whenever you're changing scenery, whether short term or long term, you're stepping out of your comfort zone. Everything is new. Everything is unknown.
Creativity is more than coming up with ideas.
Sex is something we all have in common. It's part of humanity.
With face to face presentations and interactions, especially when there's the opportunity to interact and ask questions, real stories are uncovered.
As creatives, we like to see ourselves quite removed from the corporate world of hierarchies and managerial positions and contracts.
Why do creatives dislike the term 'networking' so much?
Women challenge the status quo because we are never it.
We have to pave our own way. We have to break down the business barriers in our path if we want to build and scale our venture into a billion dollar business.
Our tagline is: Pro-sex, pro-porn, pro-knowing the difference.
The issue isn't porn. The issue is a complete absence in our society of an open, healthy, honest, truthful conversation around sex in the real world.
I am doing something about what everybody knows and nobody ever speaks about.
What happens when today's total access to hardcore porn converges with our society's equal total reluctance to talk openly and honestly about sex?
Instead of saying, I gotta get it right, you just gotta get it out.
Sex is only a byproduct of the actions that you do that lead up to that intense moment you share with a person.
Statistics are nothing more than markers. They're something for you to jump over. They're never something to stop you.
Your no's are never 'no.' They're really, 'no, not right now' or 'no, I don't know what you're talking about' or 'no, I can't do it, but maybe someone else can.'
Does anybody here have a dream that they want to get out?
There's this frustration that happens to say, look, I need to do something about this and if I don't, I'm going to die.
There's a form of sex or intimacy that you must have with yourself to bring your visions to life.