Jan 13, 2012 / 101 notes

fastcompany:

The Power Of Circles (and we’re not talking about Google+ here).

In the 19th century, artists including Degas, Monet, and Renoir got together periodically to discuss their commissions, their patrons, and their industry. This circle met consistently, and the artists credited these small gatherings with not only making their careers but the rise of the impressionist movement.

Yep…friends are key..

Source: Fast Company

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