20 Powerful Books to Increase Your Growth in 2019
June 3, 20183 Comments Posted in Art Direction
Because You Never Know Where a Great Book Can Take You.
Importance of Reading
“Writers open our hearts and minds, and give us maps to our own selves, so that we can travel in them more reliably and with less of a feeling of paranoia or persecution,” said Alain de Botton in his four-point perspective on the importance of reading. And while the Internet and other forms of entertainment offer renewed competition for books and literature, their place in our lives is as critical as ever.
Overcome These 4 Biases for a Better 2019
May 25, 20183 Comments Posted in Photography
And Stop Wasting Your Time on Bad Investments.
A concerned citizens brigade is suing our town council and school board. It’s the latest tactic of a poorly thrown together strategy to prevent the town from building a new elementary school.
Improve This Perspective to be a Better Parent
April 9, 20183 Comments Posted in Set Design
And Help Solve the Youth Sports’ Parent Problem.
My son scored on his own soccer goal this past season. More than once.
He’d get turned around at midfield and dribble the wrong way until he put it into his own net.
How to Protect Yourself from Unintended Consequences
March 16, 20183 Comments Posted in Art Direction
Why the Silver Rule beats the Golden Rule.
“When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the universe,” said Sierra Club co-founder John Muir, describing the difficulty in changing one aspect of a system without it also creating a cascade of unintended consequences in places we didn’t anticipate.
Change this Mindset to be a Better Leader
February 12, 20183 Comments Posted in Photography
5 Ways to be Influential in a Changing World.
“If you’re drowning, you make a lousy lifeguard,” Seth Godin recently told Tim Ferriss. And while we’re quick to recognize this fact as it relates to beach safety, we’re less adept at recognizing the risk in our own companies. Too often we fail to see that as we push a a productivity-obsessed culture, it leaves a leadership vacuum in its wake.