We have the capability to broadcast every detail of our lives.We can share every thought in tweets and status updates.We can give people a view into our world with pictures and videos.We are all the…

People fear how someone will respond to their creative work. But you can’t control that response. What you control is the story you tell yourself about how the audience reacts. You can make the response…

With every moment of time, every decision about how you spend your energy and your money, you are making a statement about what really matters to you. You can talk all you want about having…

You may be appreciated for your work, but not recognized for it. Perhaps you won’t win awards, achieve critical acclaim, or reach an audience of millions. But appreciation your work worth doing, even it’s just…

When we operate under the assumption that past performance is an indicator of future results, we overlook potential in other people and in ourselves. We make permanent decisions based on temporary experiences. It might take…

Yesterday my friend Jonathan Fields texted me to ask if he should interview a podcast guest I said yes. When Sarah Peck refers a guest to the Unmistakable Creative, I always say yes. She’s never…

We can’t control the outcomes in our lives. But we can increase the probability of a favorable one. The easiest way to do that is to get in the habit of showing up. The more…

​By any standard in a creative career, AR Rahman has been wildly successful. . His albums have sold more than Britney Spears and Madonna combined. Even if you’ve never heard of AR Rahman, chances are…

When it comes to creative work , we overlook the compound effect. On day zero, you might have an audience of zero. On day one, you might have an audience of one. Because of the…

All of us have a bank account. We track where our money is going and how much we’re spending. But we don’t necessarily do that with our time. If most people spent money the same…