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Why “Rewarding Toil”? “Toil” is a synonym for work. But the word “toil” has more tension in it. And so “toil” is an apt word to describe the creative tensions artists wrestle with in their work. Designers engage in their work for more than just a paycheck. They want to satisfy a deeper creative urge–an elusive, yet compelling pursuit of joy and satisfaction in their work.
Sadly, the business aspects of design–cash flow, client conflicts, marketing fatigue, employee problems–can make that elusive joy even more scarce. Rewarding Toil exists not only to train designers in the fundamentals of running a business. It aims for something deeper–to restore the elusive enjoyment of work–to more fully reward their toil.