Want to do creative work? Start your own business.
Anita Sharpe explains in this Worthwhile post that there’s no room left for creativity in big companies:
“At large companies, you lose sight of creating a product,” said Siegel, who is in the midst of launching the Gospel Music Channel.
For me, that sentence summed up a lot about what’s broken in corporate America.
Most large companies, even those built on creativity, work off an assembly-line model. Everyone touches just a small piece of the product without being able to take much creative ownership.
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