A few thoughts on business, design, and the blessings of life
“Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart.” ~ William Wordsworth
Competing with Amazon is a fact of life—when it comes to making things easy for your customer, how do you compare?
A bandwagon is a cause or movement based on a shared passion. Does your bandwagon speak to who you are as a business?
Design projects are often a long haul. Here’s the five step, design thinking process I used for my latest project—a Wisconsin State Park poster!
Today is Rachel Carson’s birthday and she would have been 115. Her views on the interrelatedness of nature and our impact on the world still resonate today.
Kentucky Derby winner Rich Strike was ready when his opportunity arose. How ready are you for your “run for the roses?”
Even if you never visit state or national parks, you inadvertently are benefitting from them. Here are three reasons why our protected lands are important.
Check out my computer bag! It demonstrates a creative way to directly support Ukrainian small businesses and artisans.
We each have a field of expertise. We each have information to offer that others do not and need from you. What is yours?
If you are in touch with creation, then you are in touch with its creator. We can find God in nature and a childlike simplicity of appreciating his gift.
Consumers have many emotional needs. We need to serve them, not use them.