Category Archives: Career Education

Connecting the Seemingly Unconnected

Last week I re-visited a video featuring a gentleman named Ben Cameron. Cameron is a figure more familiar to the non-profit arts world than the commercial realm, but he has an uncanny way of turning our attention towards interesting angles on ordinary things. After a rousing introduction, Cameron launched into a call to the arts […]

The Color and Power of Focus

Pretty much everyone is familiar with the name Crayola. It is the most popular and recognized crayon brand in the world. Every year, Binney & Smith, the company that makes Crayola products, manufactures nearly 3 billion crayons, at a rate of 12 million a day. That’s enough crayons to circle the globe six times! The […]

Nature as Career Educator

“Nature is my manifestation of God. I go to nature every day for inspiration in the day’s work. I follow in building the principles which nature has used in its domain.” –Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect & Designer