What Children Teach Us

The one-year-old plays constantly. Navigating the world in the way they know how, most everything they do involves play: eating, exploring, interacting. There is an interesting pattern among one-to-two year olds. They will choose an object, examine it for awhile, and then find as many uses for it as possible, using it as a hat, … Continue reading What Children Teach Us

Finding Your Allies: Where Passion, Talent, and Collaboration Meet.

Ken Robinson describes “being in your element” as the point where passion meets talent. Once you find that place, you never work another day in your life. I have never had a problem finding my own element. However, what about finding people with the same, or a similar, element? What about finding people with similar … Continue reading Finding Your Allies: Where Passion, Talent, and Collaboration Meet.