"You don't have to turn into a corporate drone to kick ass in the working world," says our latest guest, Tania Katan, author of Creative Trespassing: How to Put the Spark and Joy Back into Your Work and Life.
After more than ten years of smuggling creativity into the business sector without getting busted, Katan is here to tell you that any task or pursuit can be a creative one. You just need to be willing to defy conformity and be ready to conjure imagination anywhere, at any time.
If you're feeling stuck in a dullsville job, a windowless cubicle, or an ill-fitting polyester work shirt, chin up! Katan has been there, too, and she's lived to tell the story. How? By choosing to stand out rather than fit in, to find her light, and to bask in it with all of her quirks and flaws.
Whether you're an entrepreneur seeking new ways to innovate, a newbie trying to spice up routine entry-level work, a free spirit with a rich creative life outside the office looking to bring more of that magic into your job, Katan will show you how to transform monotony into novelty and become more energized in your work and in the world.
Filled with stories of her own shenanigans, from organizing a wrestling match in the middle of an art museum to staging a corporate culture intervention via post-its, and lessons from the rule-breaking exploits of artists, change-makers, and totally legit business leaders alike, this book is an uninhibited guide to using creativity as fuel for a freer and more joyful life.
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