You may have heard of a little thing called TED. You know, the nonprofit conference where people from all walks of life come together to discuss global issues – everything from art to business to health to science and technology – performed in short, powerful talks of 18 minutes or less. Yes, that’s the one.… Continue reading 6 Life Lessons Learned from TEDx
Every morning when I open my kitchen fridge, I am reminded of the importance of creativity... Like many of you, I’ve found myself with less time lately for creative outlets. The economy has forced employers to crunch down on employees, demanding more hours and a tighter workload. While this can mean job security for us… Continue reading When Responsibility Stands in the Way of Creativity
I had an interesting conversation with Bloomington singer-songwriter Krista Detor again the other day. During an hour-long interview I hosted as part of a Ball State journalism workshop for mostly freshmen students, she spoke candidly about the music business, about rejecting the “mask of cool” put on by many L.A.-based musicians and celebrities, about the… Continue reading How Do You Know When You’ve Succeeded?