Cato Unbound gets Richard Florida talking about the future of the American workforce in the new age of creativity.
Call it what you like, but there are risks to going it alone. Like, working in a one-person office, working 24/7, and working on too many different things at once (the grand attempt at throwing a pile of stuff against the wall and seeing what sticks – something those ADD-laden creative types tend to go for quite often).
Then there is not having any creative capacity to begin with, but simply thinking you do – like me.
But, never feel sorry for any of them. Despite all these risks, they only have to be right once to make it all seem worthwhile.