Not the book by George Lois (though I own and completed the book in record time).
I’m referring to cartoonist Hugh Macleod. He’s the one that draws on the dull name card that everybody hands out. Exactly 10 years ago, he posted heaps of golden advices on being creative in just about anything. A decade has since passed but they still remain as relevant as ever.
Good things withstand the test of time. Good advices withstand the load of bullshit. And good people impart honest and practical life experiences.
I can go on and wax lyrical about them, but it’s wiser to head there and absorb it yourself.