scorsese's take on living creatively


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Fast Company has created an editorial feature called "How to Lead a Creative Life," a guide to helping you discover how to leverage your inner genius to live to your fullest creatively.

The guide features an interview with Martin Scorsese, and his picks of 5 groundbreaking directors and fictional characters that could all teach us a little something on how to live our creative lives to the fullest. And to go along with the content, they created an infographic to help illustrate when and why you should read the guide.

There's a lot of content there, but check it out - there could be some great take aways from such a film legend. At the very least, the infographic can provide a couple seconds of entertainment.

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