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Presented By: Justin Ahrens.
Originally aired in January, 2013.
Through Life Kerning, Justin Ahrens challenges creative pros to rediscover why they pursued their careers, and to bring themselves back to who they are.
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In the graphic design industry, kerning is the fine-tuning or adjustment of space between letterforms (type). In his book Life Kerning, Justin Ahrens applies this concept to both the life and career of business professionals. There is a common misconception that positive change in one’s life only comes from a complete system overhaul. Ahrens challenges this notion by inviting business leaders and professionals to not only reassess the various spaces and goals of one’s life, but to rethink our understanding of balance altogether.
In this one hour webinar expect insights and observations from both the creative and professional world.
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