thenausnerdotcom

in no particular order: ideas, creativity, inspiration, storytelling, strategy, planning, the blurry boundaries of analogue and digital, visual feasts, berlin, advertising and whatever will be next.

Archive for the “Inspiration” Category

Ira Glass on the key to great creative work

Posted on Juni 26th, 2013 by Jonathan

Very nice animation of Ira Glass’ insightful thoughts on the key to success in creative work: I couldn’t agree more. Of course it is no new knowledge that practice is essential, but I like Glass’ observation of this tension between one’s good taste (which I understand as being able to recognize great work and bad) […]

Adding intangible value

Posted on Juli 27th, 2010 by Jonathan

Out of nowhere I ran again across this small section of Rory Sutherland’s “Life lessons from an ad man” talk at TEDGlobal 2009. I had forgotten how interesting and brilliant, filled to the brim with awesome it was. If you like this small section, you will enjoy all the highly recommended 17 minutes. www.ted.com Rory […]

Persuasive Presentation

Posted on Mai 28th, 2010 by Jonathan

Take a look at this video: Nick Vujicic is a total inspiration. You see, I have been thinking lately about persuasion. Especially the really complicated kinds that go deeper than selling stuff, but touching people and changing their attitude (about themselves or important issues). I believe there are many people out there who tell these […]