The Practice: Shipping Creative Work Summary Sketchnote

Sketch of the title and Seth Godin

A fan of Seth’s and looking for the skinny before pulling the trigger? I’ve got you covered in this summary of Seth Godin’s, The Practice: Shipping Creative Work. This post honours the content with limited commentary and opinion. I do, however, make links to other texts throughout the summary. To help consolidate my understanding, I like to draw sketchnotes that serve as shortcuts to the main ideas. You can find the completed sketchnote at the end of the post. This book is geared towards creatives who are either starving or selling out. Seth reminds us that a practice is merely …

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Justin Boreta Sketchnote from Tools of Titans

Justin Boreta is known as a founding member of the electronic group Glitch Mob. He has no formal knowledge of traditional instruments so is an outlier when it comes to success. I like this as it’s a demonstration of an obscure way to get to the same destination. He is a well-spoken and thoughtful speaker and I would encourage a listen of the podcast in its entirety. Tim’s DiSSS in Action The interview is an example of Tim’s learning process in action due to his curiosity around audio equipment and production. DiSSS stands for deconstruction, selection, sequencing and stakes. The …

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