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How to Photoshop

How to Photoshop

As creatives we all use Photoshop and we all have varying skills in Photoshop some of us are gods while some of us are mere mortals (bof!). We also have different uses for Photoshop too, some of us might need it for touching up photos while others maybe creating something entirely new on Photoshop. Thankfully […]

Doodle your way to success

Doodle your way to success

Are you a doodler? Always scribbling and squiggling away in meetings or whilst you’re on the phone?  Ever considered your doodles a valuable problem-solving resource? No? Well, me neither, until I was introduced to The Back of the Napkin.  The premise of the book is  solving problems and selling ideas with pictures. Dan Roam approaches the […]

How to

How to

Today is all about Pinso’s How to’s. As Pinso is made of creatives, we experience a lot of what creatives go through daily. Our Guides are written from experience, been there, done that, learned that. Check out some of our guides below.   Ever wondered how to write, edit and publish an Amazon Kindle book? […]

How to write an Amazon Kindle Book

How to write an Amazon Kindle Book

Ever wondered how to write an Amazon Kindle Book? Or just need some tips on how to write an ebook? Well heres the Pinso guide from experience. At Pinso we feature a lot of graduates work because graduates are more skilled and ambitious than ever before and so we want to talk about their fantastic […]

Don’t listen to what people say, look at what they do

Don’t listen to what people say, look at what they do

Next up is the old adage, don’t listen to what people say, look at what they do. Central banks have become net buyers of gold since 2009 and the Chinese are buying it like the clappers. There are many suggesting that at some point China will declare its currency to be backed by gold. Their […]

Foible Combat

Foible Combat

Unfortunately your brain is hardwired to perform badly under certain conditions. The good news is that you are not alone – everyone else has exactly the same issues – so whilst it’s not a personal criticism I’m afraid it is still relevant. Now I’m not going to expose all of your mental foibles here, you […]

26 Million Unemployed People

26 Million Unemployed People

Last week I read that there was 26 million unemployed people (young people) in Europe aka the Eurozone. My immediate response was holy shit!  I then later read that Francois Hollande (French President) told Japanese business leaders that the Euro Crisis was over – really? So you can see there’s a bit of ‘debate’ or […]

Positively Outrageous

Positively Outrageous

Let’s rewind a second to investigate how most of our money in the UK is currently created. In the last post we have touched on how the government/central bank can literally ‘print’ it out of thin air but you may not be aware that your privately owned High St bank also can do the same.  […]

You’ve got to pick a pocket or two

You’ve got to pick a pocket or two

I postulated at the end of my last article that the government is going to steal lots of money from you – whether you have any savings or not – so an explanation of how that is going to happen may be helpful before we move onto what you can do to protect yourselves. Let’s […]

Getting started with crowdfunding

Getting started with crowdfunding

  We’ve all been there.  Brimming over with ideas for exciting projects, for getting businesses up and running.  But if you’re a student or a graduate, there’s often a stumbling block: money.  Crowdfunding is often pitched to creatives as a good way to get funded but what is it and most importantly, does it work? […]

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