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Regarding the Body (of work)

As artists struggling to make names for ourselves, we are found on a seemingly never ending quest to become what one would consider a “professional.” This is a task that takes a lot of time and energy, both creatively and physically. 288 more words

Where Creativity Works

A child's discourse: Go? Food. Bye. Papa!

posted by Kris (with a “k”)

The other day I woke up and had one of the longest conversations with my one and a half year old that I’ve had yet: it consisted of four words. 201 more words

For Beginners

I'm quoted in "How to Use Ebooks to Improve Your Content Marketing Strategy" on CIO

From CIO Online:

Marketing and publishing experts share tips on how to ‘fatten up’ your content marketing tools with ebooks, as well as offer best practices and advice on how to get the most ROI from your efforts…. 89 more words

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Epiphany 8

If you have ever attended a symphony orchestra concert, you have probably noticed how well the various sections of instruments work together – the woodwinds, the brass, the strings, and the percussion. 1,067 more words

Into South America: Week 5

When we last left off, I had just arrived for a brief stay in the walled city of Cartagena. I made the most of my day there, walking around the castle, and different parts of the city, after befriending yet another policeman who helped me get my bearings. 3,097 more words

The Scrimmage - A Parable

There once was a small local team that had to practice for their season. The only way to practice before their big games was against each other. 221 more words

The Importance of Checking-In

This past weekend I started coaching my old improv team, BrainWreck Improv. I’ve coached teams in the past, but this is the first time that I’ve coached a team that I had previously been on. 393 more words