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Is it a panic attack, or is it a heart attack?

By the time we become adults, most of us have a pretty good idea of what it means to take care of ourselves. At the very least we’ve learned what works, and what doesn’t, for ourselves. For example, you might know that you’re good for one all-nighter, thanks to those old college term papers, but … Continue reading

How creativity and play are connected (TED Talk)

In honor of the fact that I am six hours in on doing my 2011 Tax paperwork, with a pile of receipts to organize and no end in sight, I am going to hand my blog over to Tim Brown. Mr. Brown gave a TED talk in 2008 about how creativity benefits from play. It’s … Continue reading

Why play?

If you a regular follower of this blog (thank you), and you scroll down a bit, you may notice that today’s post is much shorter than normal. There are two reasons for this: 1) I am feeling a bit “off”. I have the heater cranked up and the fireplace blasting. It’s 76 degrees in the … Continue reading

Creativity, Talent, Education, and Sir Ken Robinson: The Revolution is Coming

This week has been about doing what identifies you, creativity, education, and living without regret. At first glance, they may not seem as though they go together. They do. Doing what identifies and defines you is what Dan Pink describes as “doing what you do”. That requires creativity, being fearless, going for it (without regret)…and … Continue reading

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