Make Yourself Useful

Howe, Karen
May 2012
Applied Arts Magazine;May/Jun2012, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p14
The article offers tips for successful employment in a visual communication or creative agencies. It suggests learning from everyone willing to share their ideas, strive to make oneself indispensable, showing enthusiasm for any given task and assignment, studying the works of best writers, art directors and designers and understanding the difference between confidence and arrogance.


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