“CultureMail”: gapingvoid’s New Secret Weapon

Jason and I were thinking, if people like our daily newsletter so much, it would be awesome to take what we’ve learned from that, and create something useful for our clients. Ergo: Introducing CULTUREMAIL: “Just like our own gaping­void news­let­ter, but for your own busi­ness and peo­ple.” We’re REALLY excited by this: A proven new […]

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gapingvoid at Zappos

[Photo courtesy of Augusta Scott, Zappos Insights, Inc. Life/Goals Coach.] This photograph is of Augusta Scott, Life/Goals Coach at Zappos Insights. For those who have been on the Zappos HQ tour, her office is one of the first stops. Augusta’s proudly hanging “Souls” and “Inspire” right above her coaching certifications.   Augusta says: “Finally, everything is […]

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Culture Hacking: America’s next big industry?

This is how I see it. And it isn’t rocket science: 1. If you want to change your business, you also have to change your culture. If you want to change your culture, you also have to change your art. 2. And that’s where gapingvoid comes in- creating art and ideas that express, reflect, articulate […]

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Gape Into The Void podcast: Episode 6 – Office Art & The Wedding Planner

[The wee animation we did that pretty sums up the gapingvoid raison d'etre etc] Gape Into The Void Episode 6 – Office Art & The Wedding Planner [Click here to subscribeon iTunes: http://tinyurl.com/voidcast] [RSS Feed] [Click here to listen to the individual episode] It’s time for another episode of Gape Into The Void!  Join us as […]

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“The power is within us. Now all we have to do is teach ourselves how to believe it.”

Rob Taylor over at Rackspace sent me the picture above. His nine-year old son wearing that Rackspace t-shirt I did for SXSW 2011. “Life is short. Make it amazing”. The kid just liked it, Rackspace or no Rackspace. “I want life to be amazing,” he told his father. Yes, even nine-year-old kids want their life […]

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gapingvoid Salon # 2 this Friday, Miami, 7.30pm

“Come and join Hugh & the gang for our gapingvoid salon in Miami on Friday April 15th Email us at director@gapingvoidgallery.com for an invitation (space is limited!)” Yep, we’re having another Salon on Friday evening. Downtown Miami at the gapingvoid world headquarters, Friday at 7.30. Hope to see you there!

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goldfish chair cover

Hélène from Paris sent me this picture: A hand-knitted chair covering she did for her husband, Richard’s birthday. Based on my “Goldfish” cartoon. Awesome! Thanks, Hélène!.

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Love-R

[Download printable version here etc.] [Core Values.]

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Theory’s Already Been Done

[Download the printable version here etc.] There ya go. On behalf of my client, Rackspace, a free “Cube Grenade” for y’all to download and print out and hang on your wall etc. A Social Object. Exactly. It’s not rocket science. It’s common sense. Less theory, more action. Less talk, more doing. That’s what it means […]

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Hugh MacLeod is a genius.  Genius.

Seth Godin
Best Selling Author

His work acknowledges the absurdity of workaday life, while also encouraging employees to respond with passion, creativity, and non-conformity...   MacLeod’s work is undeniably an improvement over the office schlock of yore. At its best, it’s more honest, and more cognizant of the entrepreneurial psyche, while still retaining some idealism.

The New Republic
Lydia Depillis

Last year my State of the College address was 76 slides loaded with data. This year it was 14 cartoons that were substantially more memorable.

Len Schlesinger
Former President, Babson College

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Tony Hsieh
CEO, Zappos

In moments of indecision I glance at the wall [to Hugh's work] for guidance.

Brian Clark
@copyblogger
 
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