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SPECIAL: David Hieatt & Graham Fink - Fink Different
David Hieatt chats to one of the world's most awarded creative minds, Graham Fink, about his new course - Fink Different.
Today, everything fights for our attention. If you don’t outshine the competition, you sink. Graham's online course will teach you how to stand out in this busy world. You will learn to use the extraordinary power of creativity to grow your business, and grow your 'Self'.
SPECIAL: Duke Stump & David Hieatt - Bonfire With Soul
David and long-time DO Lectures friend, Duke Stump, caught up on why they think business needs to be done differently.
They talk teams, soul and trust - and how the importance of these inspired Duke's unique philosophy on creating more human brands; Bonfire With Soul.
186: Mark Boulton | Embrace Change
Mark explains how he came to run a small design studio and book publishing company. He provides us with a set of practical design principles (from his handbook 5 simple steps) that he constantly comes back to, changes and refines when he's working on his own projects.
Web Designer and Founder of Mark Boulton Design & Five Simple Steps Publishing Mark is a designer, author, speaker and teacher from Wales.
Founder of the small design studio, Mark Boulton Design, he pushes pixels for the likes of Al Jazeera, CERN and ESPN, alongside that, he and his team publish books under the guise of Five Simple Steps – a small, scratchy independent publisher for web people.
Mark regularly speaks at web design and development conferences such as SXSW, An Event Apart and Web Directions South.
Despite living in Wales, Mark doesn’t own a smallholding, keep bees, or walk to work. But, he’s working on it.
Recorded live at the global event in Cardigan, west Wales in 2013.
Watch Mark's full talk here: www.thedolectures.com/talks/mark-boulton-embrace-change
185: Winky Lewis | Take Some Ideas Off The Back-burner
Winky has been making photographs for as long as she can remember. She has made it her life’s work to capture the moments and moods of growing up.
Living in Portland Maine with her husband and three children, Winky mostly shoots her kids, their games and the lives they lead in the West End of Portland and on Isle Au Haut, where the family spends its summers.
Recorded live at the global event in California, USA in 2016.
Watch Winky's full talk here: www.thedolectures.com/talks/winky-lewis-take-some-ideas-off-the-back-burner
184: James Victore | In The Particular Lies The Universal. How To Do Work That Matters?
James Victore runs an independent design studio hell-bent on world domination. He is an author, designer, filmmaker and firestarter.
His paintings of expressionist designs can be seen on ceramics, surfboards, billboards and supermodels. Recently described as “part Darth Vader, part Yoda,” Victore is widely known for his timely wisdom and impassioned views about design and it's placed in the world.
He expresses these views and teachings through his numerous lectures, workshops, and writings.
James’ work has been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in New York and is represented in the permanent collections of the museums around the globe. His work was recently published in a monograph titled, “Victore or, Who Died and Made You Boss?” Victore teaches at the School of Visual Arts in NYC.
Recorded live at the global event in Cardigan, west Wales in 2012.
Watch James' full talk here: www.thedolectures.com/talks/james-victore-in-the-particular-lies-the-universal-how-to-do-work-that-matters
183: Robert McCrum | My Personal Narrative
Robert is the Associate Editor of the Observer, and (among other things) the author of an acclaimed biography of PG Wodehouse, several novels, and a stroke memoir, 'My Year Off'.
Currently, he is writing a short book about ageing, death and dying for baby-boomers entitled 'Every Third Thought'. It's work-in-progress, with the subtitle "Observations on the inevitable endgame", but he hopes it's more uplifting and informative than that suggests. It follows on from 'My Year Off'.
Recorded live at the global event in Cardigan, west Wales in 2016.
Watch Robert's full talk here: www.thedolectures.com/talks/robert-mccrum-my-personal-narrative
Really amazing talks from really interesting people!!