Seth Godin shared this video in a recent post about his TEDx talk. While it’s geared to the transformation of the education system (and specifically, his “what is school for?” manifesto he wrote earlier this year), it has a LOT of juicy tidbits for creative entrepreneurs to get us thinking about art vs. work.
What I love about Seth is his willingness to say what so many of us already fear, but won’t say aloud: as a culture, we’ve been programmed for decades to comply to a system that was broken before, but now is decaying, dying, and actually harming artists. Our children are paying the price now, but those of us working in creative professions (or trying to) are also feeling the crushing blow that’s hit us hard.
The artificial “system” we created to manage people and industrialize society left us without useful spaces to create, innovate, and inspire – unless we forcibly [Read more…]