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Are we giving up on intensity?

Back in 1986, Stephen King wrote about what he believed made for a good advertising idea:

A good advertising idea has to be original enough to stimulate people and draw an intense response from them… Any advertisement is competing not just with other advertisements but also with editorial, programmes, people, events and life itself… if an advertisement is to succeed it has to involve the receiver and entice him into participating actively in whatever is being communicated about the brand”

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"Master the ask."

I heard the speaker tonight slip this into his message.

“Master the ask.”

I’ve often said that our questions can be our greatest answers, and now I’m excited to see that the art of asking can be a beautiful journey into mastery. 19 more words

Ashton Gustafson

Check On Me

They call me Mr. Pull up from anywhere, I feel like I’m steph

All this drama on my chest, one of the last real niggas left… 434 more words


A change of ...

I decided many moons ago within my soul to now only study and pursue African theory, literature, philosophy, and theology.   From 15+ years of colonial education, indoctrination, and self deprivation, this feels right to my soul.   406 more words


Creativity Myth #1: You must be fearless to be creative.

This Fall Quarter, students enrolled in Courtney Putnam’s HUMAN 210 course (part one in the year-long series to produce Cascadia’s creative arts magazine Yours Truly… 525 more words

Integrated Education


Today’s face: Emily, inspired by Sktchy. Drawn on an iPad Pro with an Apple Pencil using the Procreate app.

You can see a little Procreate process video for this drawing on my Instagram feed – @helenlp

The French Invasion of Russia in my car

When I was younger, my mom would play classical music from a CD as I drifted off to sleep. Since the prevailing social theory was that classical music made children smarter, she found a CD with the best cover ever: 790 more words