Apr 10, 2013

The Long Road to Mature Work

by Alissa Wilkinson
I never thought I’d do it, but there I was, in mid-January, stretching my quads and blowing on my fists in a parking lot in Venice Beach before sunup. My first half-marathon was about to begin. And I was about to learn a valuable lesson. I’d signed up on a...Read more +
Apr 9, 2013

You Must Build Credibility Before You Can Have Influence

Last Easter Sunday was not only, well, Easter Sunday, but it was also the final episode of Mark Burnett’s series, “ The Bible ” on the History Channel, culminating in a gritty and inspiring dramatization of the crucifixion of Christ. The five-part mini series managed to generate ratings of biblical...
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Apr 8, 2013

What a Hundred Lifeguards Taught Me About Calling

Emily Freeman of Chatting at the Sky writes, "Could it be possible that your limits--those things you curse and hate and wish were different about yourself--are not holding you back but pointing you forward? It seems to me when I finally recognize my inability is when Christ shows up able...
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Apr 7, 2013

The Interconnectedness of It All

Music producer Shane D. Wilson writes, "The best chefs take risks and strive to surprise. A music mixer aiming to succeed needs to do the same. Whether by addition or omission, we need to catch the ear of our clients and listeners by creating an element of surprise. The dish...
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Apr 5, 2013

Cal Rogers Kept Flying

Cal Rogers Kept Flying
In 1911, Cal Rogers answered a national challenge to fly from New York to Long Beach in 30 days. Day one, he flew 105 miles. Day two, he crashed into a chicken coop.Read more +
Apr 5, 2013

The Promise of Good Design: YP Interview with Phil Mollenkof

According to demographic labeling, Phil Mollenkof fits the young professional bill. His college degree—Communications and Media—ranks in the top ten most common Bachelor degrees among young professionals today, nearly twice as popular as all other academic concentrations. With his fair share of plaid shirts, Phil works and lives in the...Read more +

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