David Griffin explains how to avoid feeling overwhelmed and get more done by getting things out of our heads and making action lists that really work.
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BY JABE BLOOM
@ VOL 1
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"Presentation of the Day" on November 23, 2013.
The Film Scenes in My Head
BY PAUL HUTCHINSON
@ VOL 3
ON NOV 06, 2014
Paul Hutchinson, film lover and founder of Bedford Film Festival takes us on a journey through the film scenes in his head. From the classics to the most recent, films are more than stories to show and tell, but to express one's emotions to one or hundred people. And through the movie pictures are how people can be touched and understand the story teller from behind the camera.
Get out of my head. My brain is not 2 halves but one thing.
BY TIM MEHLHORN
@ VOL 7
ON JAN 26, 2017
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BY AMY ARSENIO
@ VOL 14
ON FEB 24, 2017
Amy Arsenio has a BA in Creative Writing and an MA in Information Studies. She has worked as a bookstore clerk, librarian (in five library systems!), and private investigator and is the mother of two little boys and lives in Toronto. Here she brings to us the strange and unusual habits which great artists used to drive their work.
When Your Heart is Your Head
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@ VOL 29
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BY MALARY CLOKE
@ VOL 2
ON MAR 01, 2018
In house designer Malary Cloke believes it’s important to keep your creative fires burning.
She shares her how she incorporates her minimalist style to keep the University of Saskatchewan marketing materials fresh. She uses her freelance projects to sharpen her skills and bring that knowledge back to her day job, (and vice versa) leading to new exciting projects.