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Leonardo’s Drawings: An Enlightening Exercise in Understanding Your Audience

By the end of his life, Leonardo da Vinci had drawn thousands of sketches on the human body, horses, plants, architecture, engineering, maps, forces of nature - anything that captured his imagination. 500 years later and these drawings give us one of the closest and clearest looks into the Renaissance master's mind. A presumed self-portrait … Continue reading Leonardo’s Drawings: An Enlightening Exercise in Understanding Your Audience

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For the Love of London: What This Content Creation Venture Has Taught Me So Far

Keep laundry and other chores on Sundays. Set alarm clock (and get up) on weekdays. Grab a newspaper from the tube station every day. This sounds more like personal to-dos than work ones, doesn’t it? That’s because ever since I decided to go it alone and start my own content creation business, I’ve had to … Continue reading For the Love of London: What This Content Creation Venture Has Taught Me So Far

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3 Compelling Content Ideas to Win Over Your Audience’s Heart

The last bite of seafood pasta had been twirled onto my fork and finished off. None of us wanted to leave this restaurant, its beachy, open-air construction built right into the cliff. To remember it, we took a photo with the very friendly staff before saying ciao and grazie. It was a 30-minute walk back to the ferry, but … Continue reading 3 Compelling Content Ideas to Win Over Your Audience’s Heart