Emily Oberman & Adam J Kurtz - Harness your panic, imposter syndrome, and fear as a superpower
Multi-disciplinary designer and partner at Pentagram NY, Emily Oberman, and artist and author, Adam J. Kurtz, talk about their respective creative processes, dish on experiences with imposter syndrome, and reveal how fear can be a motivator when we harness our panic.
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Recorded live at Wythe Hotel on March 29, 2016, as part of The Great Discontent Live series. Hosts Tina Essmaker and Brad Smith talk to multi-disciplinary designer and partner at Pentagram NY, Emily Oberman, and artist and author, Adam J. Kurtz, about their respective creative processes, experiences with imposter syndrome, and how fear can be a motivator when we harness our panic.
This episode was produced by The Great Discontent, Wayward Wild, and Benjamin Welch.
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