Lessons from the sand trap. I made Randy Pobst laugh today. To even meet the man who turned an SCCA solo hobby into a 20-year-long professional racing career was a personal highlight. He's raced for Mazda,
Expert craftsman, engineer, artist, and bread enthusiast. By now, you probably know the XCAR formula: Four-to-eight minute flicks about intriguing cars, hosted by a British lad named Alex Goy. For this
For any one of us, the “reality” of a situation is just what we choose to pay attention to. Take the wonderful experiment a few years ago when renowned violinist Joshua Bell played for tips in the subway.
I just read a wonderful post here on Forbes: Dan Schwabel’s interview of Chris Guillebeau. They talk about Chris’ new book, The $100 Start-Up, and in the course of the interview, Chris mentions that simply
Creativity solves problems. Creativity sells products. Creativity builds brands and companies. Creativity has been the flash of genius behind Twitter, Google, Facebook, great advertising for Geico, and
“Please make me a visualization.” I get a lot of emails that say this or some variation of it. They tend to make me think of other requests that could be made in the same form, like: “Please make me a