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What the heck is “The Creative Economy”?
YOU ARE THE CREATIVE ECONOMY.
The person with the brilliant idea who is willing to take a risk and bring it to life. The person with the paintbrush, the guitar, the potter’s wheel, or the glass studio. The person who brews beer or coffee or cooks up the world’s greatest barbeque sauce. The person who designs online experiences that excite and inspire. The person who creates photos and videos that capture the story behind the story. The person who uses social media ingenuity to triple business profits. The person who loses 100 pounds through discipline and perspiration and now envisions her own personal training empire. The person who creates extraordinary landscapes in neighborhood yards. The person who transforms food, hair, plumbing, or dog-walking into art. You.
When you were 7, your lemonade stand drove every other kid in your neighborhood out of business. When you were 16, you didn’t just cut lawns on the weekends; you owned a truck, a trailer, and employed 8 of your best buds.
Math only made sense when you applied it to playing your guitar. Your doodles were better than your essays. You make coffee at midnight so you can keep writing until dawn.
Are you a web design wonder? A social media maven? A technology titan? A brilliant beer brewer? A creative cook? A publishing paramour? Or are you a plumber with passion? A roofer with rhythm? A physician with flare?
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By Jamie Moore Marcario
Your company started small: just you, a computer, and your supplies in your garage apartment. And then almost overnight, you moved to an office downtown and added your first, second . . . maybe even your fifteenth employee. Or maybe you’re about to hire your first team member. Congrats on your growth! You’re clearly doing a lot of things right!
But if your company is in a growth spurt, chances are you struggle with enforcing company “rules”: rules that you have discussed with your team, but never committed to writing. Or maybe you deem these “rules” to be intuitive with no need for discussion or explanation. Like showing up on time. Or dressing professionally. Or giving advance notice if you need a half day off to get that root canal taken care of. If this describes you, read on! Read more
In case you missed it…
Thrive Law’s managing attorney, Jamie Moore Marcario was recently interviewed by David Byrd, the host of American Cafe of Voice of America. President Trump recently announced billions of dollars of tariffs against China. The president said theft of intellectual property by China was one reason for his action. But what actually is intellectual property and what constitutes piracy? Jamie breaks it down for us and explains what content creators can do to protect themselves.
You can listen by clicking play below!
This interview is an educational service of Thrive LawTM, a business law boutique. It does not constitute legal advice or imply an attorney-client relationship. At Thrive Law, we offer a full spectrum of legal services for businesses and are equipped to help you make the wisest choices about your business dealings while you’re alive and well or in the event of your incapacity or death. We also offer a Healthy Business & Creative Checkup for ongoing ventures, as well as outsourced company counsel plans for businesses who need a legal team on speed dial. Contact us today to schedule: 727.300.1990 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We cannot wait to meet you!