Whether you are considering to throw a music event, conference, company celebration or exhibition, you will need a great deal of resources and planning. Given that events are so wide ranging and can be customised to fit any need, the best practices for effective event planning also vary widely. Guest blogger Susan Roan shares some tricks and tips to ensure your next event has a long-lasting buzz!
Are you staring at a blank screen finding inspiration has upped and left? You may well have reached creative burnout. Here are 7 ways to recognise it.
If you’re happy, are you likely to be more productive, or is the reality of being happy that you’re more inclined to skip work and indulge in extracurricular activities?
How do you stay productive as freelancer working from home? Susan Roan shares 11 top productivity tips.
There are many reasons you may be missing your goal. Claire Meredith shares five of them with us and what we can do to turn it around.
Routine can give us hope. Consistently performing little tasks you have decided to do can help improve your future life. Richard Lalchan shares how.
In Episode #17 we chat to Christopher Peacock about being an inventor, starting his handSteady business, developing a product, patents and lots more.
Have you ever wondered where your creativity, well, went?
I used to be the same. Now I know when I’m missing my spark, I take action and, as I now work for myself, I have found this knowledge immensely useful!
Here’s five ways to get your spark back when it’s gone away
Review of our fourth Creatives Hub Live! event held on Tuesday April 29th 2014 in London, UK.
In our thirty fourth episode Richard is joined once again by last years co-host Claire Meredith to discuss money and creatives.
In our thirty third episode Richard is joined once again by last years co-host Claire Meredith to discuss relationships –family and creativity.
In our thirty second episode Richard is joined by Deborah Henry-Pollard from Catching Fireworks to discuss how to maintain your creativity.
In our thirty first episode Richard is joined by Deborah Henry-Pollard from Catching Fireworks to discuss how to start getting started.
We make all manner of excuses to convince ourselves we can’t do what we love. One of them is ‘I don’t have enough time’. I’m telling you that’s not true.
Julian Wills, Web Developer at Hallway Studios shares with us 4 ways to turbocharge your daily creativity and productivity.
In our twenty eighth episode Richard is joined by Iko Akoh to discuss planning and getting projects off the ground.
In our twenty seventh episode Richard is joined by Iko Akoh to discuss New Years resolutions and stuff.