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5 Manifestos for Art, Life & Business

5 Manifestos for Art, Life & Business

Jul 22, 2011-- Manifestos are a powerful catalyst. Famous architect Frank Loyd Wright said that "an eye to see nature, a heart to feel nature and a courage to follow nature" were three of his top 10 manifestos. By publicly stating our views and intentions, manifestos create a pact for taking action. If we want to change the world, in ways large or small, developing a set of principles that we believe in and constantly strive to stand by is an invaluable tool. Here is some inspiration based on powerful manifestos from the likes of Seth Godin, Leo Tolstoy and Apple Inc. (5894 reads)


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