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Creative Constraints and Three-Minute Miles

Episode 260
Chad and Stephanie talk about how constraints and limitations can sometimes lead to your best work and why we should always be pushing for our own proverbial three-minute mile.

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Did you know the mural of the Creation of Adam in the Sistine Chapel was rushed to completion because the Pope threatened to throw Michelangelo off a scaffold if he didn’t finish quickly enough? The point here is that some of the best work can be done under a tight deadline.

In this episode, Chad and Stephanie talk about how constraints and limitations can often lead to your best work and why we should always be pushing for our own proverbial three-minute mile. They also talk about what it was like working with Alec Baldwin on the most recent season of The Story.

Quotes

2:20- “Sometimes opportunities come up at the last minute and [jumping at them] is the only way to really capitalize on undervalued things.”

15:45- “You can’t believe what other people advise you.”

16:30- “Don’t let other people set limits for you. Don’t let other people tell you how your creative projects are supposed to look.”

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