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James Victore presents a fantastic one day live event entitled Take This Job & Love It taking place on September 29th this year. As highlighted by the artist/author/filmmaker/designer/fire-starter, the project is about celebrating “work, life and bucking the status quo” allowing you to “ignite your path to personal greatness and access a higher level of badass-dom”. When asked by designworklife what inspired Take This Job & Love It, Victore explained that following the release of his book ‘Victore, or Who Died and Made You Boss?’ he found a new role-“part teacher, part ass-kicker”.

This calling was also established from Victore’s work teaching and lecturing around the globe, meaning he now wants to impart wisdom about “how to live a more creative life to the many designers, artists, creative people not living up to their creative potential”. James Victore is known for his passionate insight into design and creativity.

He holds a weekly Q+A video series in addition to running game-changing workshops and seminars that encourage individuals to embrace their creativity and be successful within this realm. His own work which was recently published in the book mentioned above, is currently being exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in New York as well as being present in the permanent collections of other well-known museums across the world.

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Victore has received awards such as an Emmy for television animation, and Gold and Silver Medals from the New York Art Director’s Club. With clients including Bobbi Brown Cosmetics, Moet & Chandon, Aveda, TIME Magazine, Yohji Yamamoto, Esquire Magazine and The New York Times it is clear this is a man of impeccable style and distinction.

The event promises to deliver “a full day of insights and discoveries with James Victore in a frank and humorous search for meaning in both work and life”.

Providing an opportunity to develop creative confidence, have your own opinion and learn to tap into the importance of freedom, this one day live event allows attendees to grow within “a culture of excellence”.

A standard ticket for the event costs $599, whilst a VIP ticket is $999. The VIP ticket, which is limited to 25 people, includes priority seating on the event day and an invitation to the exclusive VIP brunch on Sun, Sept. 30th.

The itinerary of Take This Job & Love It, which includes the night before and the morning after, looks a little something like this:

Friday Sept. 28
7pm-10pm—Cocktail Party & Pre Check-in (TBA)

Saturday Sept. 29
8:30am-10am—Register at the SVA Theater
10am-1pm—Event program
1pm-2pm—Lunch break, (we got ya covered!)
2pm-5pm—Event program

Sunday Sept. 30
10am-1pm—VIP brunch TBA