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October 19, 2015
Yes, It’s a Bat Witch

  My daughter is going to be a Bat Witch this Halloween. I’m going to be her candy-carrier.   Once upon a time, I had more input into her costume choice (and mine, frankly). She was an adorable lobster when […]

October 12, 2015
Events & Media
Friends of Friends

Lately we’ve been spending a lot of time with friends and friends-of-friends. How lucky we are to be surrounded by such an incredible community of professionals, artists, and professional artists. In the spirit of our friendly conversations lately, we thought […]

October 4, 2015
October 2015 Tasks

It is not often that I am totally surprised. But it happened last week while I was leading a workshop on Mindful Money Matters at Juilliard. One student gave an answer to a discussion question that was completely brilliant and […]

September 27, 2015
The Dangers of Public Accountability

I love public accountability. I love being held accountable for my goals; I love the peer pressure that comes with declaration of a goal, rather than simply a personal accountability.   I love big goals (really big ones). NASA declared […]

September 21, 2015
Events & Media
Calling a Mulligan

On Monday, August 24 I did not post anything on my blog.  That’s a big deal.  It was the first Monday I missed in 2015.  Oh sure, there have been close calls, like the time management post that went up […]

September 13, 2015
Events & Media
What a Big Mac Can Teach You About Value

Huge thanks to The Clark Hulings Fund for the invitation to share this blog post! See the original posting here. While you’re there, check out the amazing work the fund is doing for artists.   In college, I was fascinated […]

September 6, 2015
September 2015 Tasks

Have you heard? The world is full of artists. “We’re All Artists Now” declared the Times and the creative class continues to thrive, it underscored a few days earlier featuring profiles of six artists making it work with portfolio careers. […]

August 31, 2015
Fast Enough to Fly Away

On my way to campus for the first day of the fall semester, Tracy Chapman’s “Fast Car” came on the radio.  Belting out an abuse ballad en route to teach a class about financial empowerment is strangely empowering.   Nevertheless, […]

August 17, 2015
Because Environment Matters

I try not to post too much curated content here.  Mostly I’m interested in sharing new content… Or at least new takes on content. The story on Amazon’s workplace in the New York Times deserves some attention, but I’m not […]

August 10, 2015
What’s To Come

Flexible Ambiguity & the Creative Entrepreneur Julie Taggart, the Dean of the School of Studio Arts at the Columbus College of Art & Design talks about “flexible ambiguity” in the context of managing change. What I love about this phrase […]

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