Moving ahead even when you feel lost.

In September 2017, Jeremy Klaszus launched The Sprawl, a Calgary pop-up journalism startup. Armed with an iPhone 6, a tripod and a notepad, he set about a establishing a different way of doing journalism in Calgary. A year in, more than 500 Calgarians crowdfund the Sprawl’s high-quality journalism. That may seem well and dandy from the outside, the truth is Klaszus is semi-regularly knocked sideways by spells of doubt, relentless self-criticism and indecision about what to do next. In this talk Klaszus will share how he keeps moving ahead even when he has no idea how.

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In September 2017, Jeremy Klaszus launched The Sprawl, a Calgary pop-up journalism startup. Armed with an iPhone 6, a tripod and a notepad, he set about a establishing a different way of doing journalism in Calgary. A year in, more than 500 Calgarians crowdfund the Sprawl’s high-quality journalism. That may seem well and dandy from the outside, the truth is Klaszus is semi-regularly knocked sideways by spells of doubt, relentless self-criticism and indecision about what to do next. In this talk Klaszus will share how he keeps moving ahead even when he has no idea how.

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