5 ways to handle creative conflict
Creative conflict can destroy a work-in-progress — or it can push your work beyond good to great. What matters is how you respond. We’re going to hear from 5 creators in 5 very different fields who share actionable strategies (and great stories) about how to recognize, resolve, and harness conflict to create work that is visionary.
Featuring “Frozen” songwriters Kristen Anderson Lopez and Robert Lopez, actor and comedian Cristela Alonzo, choreographer Bill T. Jones, salsa legend Rubén Blades, and “Queen’s Gambit” producers Bill Horberg and Allan Scott.
Listen to the full episodes that inspired this mixtape:
“Frozen” songwriters Kristen Anderson Lopez and Robert Lopez: https://sparkandfire.com/frozen/
“Cristela” creator Cristela Alonzo: https://sparkandfire.com/cristela/
“Afterwardsness” choreographer Bill T. Jones: https://sparkandfire.com/billtjones/
“Pedro Navaja” songwriter Rubén Blades: https://sparkandfire.com/rubenblades/
“Queen’s Gambit” producers Allan Scott and William Horberg: https://sparkandfire.com/queensgambit/
Follow along (with transcript and photos) at sparkandfire.com/
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