A bit over a year ago, I wrote about Rules for Branding, Mentoring, and Creativity. In it, there is some … Continue reading Micro-Cultures
2016 had a very different Father’s Day than what I’m used to. Growing up, I was accustomed to celebrating with … Continue reading The Meaning of Father’s Day
Rick Clark, director of admissions at Georgia Tech, recently spoke at my son’s high school graduation. Part of the brilliance … Continue reading You’re Ready. You’re NOT Ready.
I’m working my way through The Steal Like an Artist Journal: A Notebook for Creative Kleptomaniacs by Austin Kleon. Each … Continue reading No More Heroes
My first job was designing pharmaceutical packaging and filling equipment. You’ve probably seen videos of machines like these. A conveyer … Continue reading Failure and Iteration
After a full day of work, I was ready to draw something for World Sketchnote Day. Unfortunately, I hadn’t put … Continue reading How Messy Problems Inspire Creativity