PLAY THEORY in Collaboration and Design with Truman Florence

August 22, 2020

On today's show I sit down with Truman Florence and dive deep into the mechanics of design and collaboration as well as humility and how it benefits relationships.

A little on Truman:

  • Truman is a Creative superhero…
    • His current role is Art Director at BYU’s prestigious AdLab where he works collaboratively to develop campaigns for big names like UnderArmor, Nike, and other big names you would know but I can’t share
    • But he’s been flexing his creative muscles for years now as a graphic designer, photographer, and videographer.
    • A recovering thespian with an occasional relapse
    • visit to see his work

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This Week’s PRO TIP from Truman is:  Practice asking "What is needed?" until it becomes second nature to you. This will help you Look Outward and be a better team player in any setting.

Remember that Life is a team sport, so let's play together!

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3 comments on “PLAY THEORY in Collaboration and Design with Truman Florence”

  1. I have absolutely experienced the difference of working in a trustworthy group and working in an "unsafe" group for sharing ideas. I know that when we foster a safe environment, we all succeed together.

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