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Creatives, Here's How to Stop Lowballing Yourself

Carly Ayres

In Geneva, serial entrepreneur and self-described 'Harlem Homeboy' Bill Carney speaks on the intersection of creativity and money in a powerful talk that will redefine the way you value your worth, part of CreativeMornings's month around Money.

Big lessons:
-Create a process for repeating your creativity so that you keep innovating.
-Don't undermine your value - research what you're worth.
-Know who you're serving, what you're offering that's unique, and how you're doing it differently.

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  • Jody Turner

    So useful! Thank you...

  • Patrick McDonnell

    Love this talk! Saw it a few months back on Creative Mornings. Only thing that gets me is that he mispronounces IDEO. Eh, I'll excuse it because he has some damn good points.

  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    I love how he breaks down how much artists spent on creating work, vs. return on investment. Puts things in perspective. Love how he stresses researching the value of your work and what you're selling, vs. the cost of creating it.