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Brio Reads #1

Welcome to what we hope will become a regular Friday fixture on Brio Daily – Brio Reads. Each day our team stumble upon the cool, quirky, inspirational and creative online. This is our opportunity to share those finds with you. Enjoy!

This week the technology, creative and business worlds lost a true pioneer. Steve Jobs was and shall remain a force to be reckoned with. He was a visionary with the courage and support to make his ideas a reality. One of our favourite Steve Jobs talks is is Stanford College Commencement speech from 2005.



Journalist Walt Mossberg tells us about the Steve Jobs he knew

A solid reminder that flash mobs are dead. Ok? | Mumbrella

Coffee turned into a $4 splurge – Debbie Millman on how brands have shaped our times | Fast Company

Cold calling for new business can be like trying to score a first date. Chris Savage shows us how it is done | Wrestling Possums

Dreamworks launch their first personal art publication, Moonshine

In praise of slow, Slow Labs list projects that inspire the art of slow design

And we leave you with this fantastic image by Brisbane-based photographer Damien Bredberg


Having a slow week?

Sometimes the working week seems to take forever and I can’t decide if it’s a good thing or not. This week has been one of those weeks for me.

Funnily enough, I came across a video during lunch that reminded me that taking a bit of time out to appreciate the little things around us can be really beneficial. Like, for example, the way a wave breaks in slow motion, or how inspiring a different perspective of the world can be.

So next time you’re stuck coming up with a creative idea, take a step back, slow down and appreciate the little things all around us or try imagine things from a different point of view.



Yours in slow motion,