With the help Sean Bolton I forced myself to start blogging. Well, start stop then start and stop again. The medium is not the most alluring for me. But, talking? I can get down with that! I already talked about ArtWerk. Or, I wrote about it…a little. Here’s my point: writing isn’t my thing right now. Talking is. Podcasting is rad. Last week we finally shipped. ArtWerk the podcast is now live on ITunes, Stitcher and on our website Art-Werk.me. … Continued
I’ve had great luck in this last year meeting and working with the lovely and always weird Amelia Mulkey. Together we’ve been talking a lot about having an artful approach to work. Not an artistic approach, but an artful one. And during a mini-road trip we realized that the art of work is something we want to talk about…with the world. And so Art-Werk was born- our podcast on the art of work and the art in your work. We’ll … Continued
“We’re not waiting for schools to catch up. We’re not waiting for governments to catch up.” Mozilla teaching the web. You can be a maker.
Making is fun, especially when you’re doing it with a creative partner. There’s nothing like co-writing. This project, for the launch of the New Firefox, was a fantastic exercise in dancing with a creative partner. Writing became more an act of listening. Listening to our audience, each other and to our hearts. Thank you Amelia Mulkey Anderson. Full post about the process is in the works. For now, enjoy.
As storytellers and coaches of storytellers we’re alchemizing and talking and talking and telling (you know, because of the “teller” part of our roles”). Try listening. Stories we create get better the more we listen to our audiences. It’s thing 18. And it doesn’t require explanation. Just shut the hell up.