“…Learning to be creative within the confines of our limitations is the best hope we have to transform ourselves and, collectively, transform our world …It really became a moment of clarification for me that we need to first be limited in order to become limitless.” —Phil Hansen
The video below is an amazing story of an artist who developed a handicap and embraced it in order to move on with his life and his dream of creating art.
Yesterday we attended the National Theater of Scotland’s production of Black Watch, presented by the American Conservatory Theater in the Drill Court at San Francisco’s historic Mission Armory.
Heralded as a “Revolutionary Theatrical Event”, this look at the Middle East War through the eyes of the troops on the ground, members of Scotland’s legendary Black Watch Regiment, gave us insight on the War on Terror and the challenges of returning home. Continue reading
Alan Seigel is a branding expert and a leading authority on business communication. In the video below he shares his experience directing a project to simplify the IRS Tax Code.
“[I want my photography] to create a discussion about what we have that is pristine on the planet, and what we must hold on this planet if we want to live.” —Sebastião Salgado
Mr. Salgado shares a life-changing experience and its aftermath with us in this TED Talk.
“…47% of the time, people are thinking about something other than what they’re currently doing…” —Matt Killingsworth
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Lemon Andersen performs “Please don’t take my Air Jordans”