TED Talk Tuesday: 4 lessons in creativity by Julie Burstein

Julie Burstein in her TED Talk

Julie Burstein in her TED Talk

Whether you’re a wedding photographer or an invitation designer, everyone goes through some sort of struggle in the creative process, and CatPrint wants to help you get through that!

In this TED Talk, Julie Burstein talks about finding and embracing the spark. She gives examples of four artists who had to let go in order to create. She provides stories and insights from:

Who is Julie Burstein?

Julie Burstein is the creator of Studio 360, which is a Public Radio International Show. She is the author of Spark: How Creativity Works. She spends a lot of her time speaking to all types of artists and their creative processes, which you can find on her blog at http://www.pursuitofspark.com/.

You can always view our previously chosen TED Talks from TED Talk Tuesdays.

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CatPrint is a boutique color printing company offering premium short run printing via the internet. When founded in 2004, the company was operated out of the owner's basement. Today, CatPrint has expanded into a cutting-edge web establishment, employing a team of workers with expertise in the fields of graphic design, productions and customer service. We also guarantee the use of the largest and most innovative digital presses available to us. Throughout our development, we strive to remain a customer-conscious organization, always trying to offer the most satisfying printing experience. Remember, our main concern is always you – the customer!

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