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Eric Portelance

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On this week's podcast: Doing the Crazy Things. Creating the space to play, and the unspoken contracts that keep us motivated.

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It's been a year since we started recording Attention Surplus on a weekly basis. Thanks +Sean Howard and +Eli McIlveen for taking this journey.

And a huge thanks to our amazing guests who made this first year memorable and inspiring. +Chris Luckhardt +Ren Bostelaar +Jay Goldman +Steve St. Pierre +Jon Crowley +Douglas Reid +Adrian Ho +Gavin Heaton +Michael C Wagner +Kyle Cameron Studstill +Amrita Chandra and Patricia Thompson.

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One of our best episodes of Attention Surplus, I'd say. A discussion about purpose and vocation.

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You should probably check out our Attention Surplus interview with +Jay Goldman, in which we discuss productivity porn, startup culture, brain drain, and other interesting things.

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Our final Attention Surplus episode of 2011 is live, with guest +Jon Crowley, in which we look back at what we've learned this year.

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We're hiring like crazy at Klick. If you refer someone to me and we hire them, you'll get $1000 (no joke). I get $3000 for any referral. If I know you, I'm happy to sweeten the deal and split the total $4k with you 50/50.

We hired more than one person each week in 2011. We're looking for:

Associate Creative Director
Art Director
Senior Creative Designer
Medical Editor
Senior Copywriter
Senior Flash Developer
Reporting Analyst
Application Developer (Social/Mobile/Web)
Digital Account Director
Lead Generator
Project Managers
Senior Project Managers
Search Marketing Specialist
Inside Sales Rep
Business Development

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A new Attention Surplus episode with special guest +Gavin Heaton aka Servant of Chaos. We discuss imagination, risk-taking, and the line between personal/work.

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Our Klick Health holiday video is now live. The team worked pretty hard on it this year. If you like holiday movies, you'll dig this. And you can win a MacBook Air or an iPad if you correctly guess all the movies.

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