Posts Tagged ‘art’
What Are You Working For?
I’ve always viewed my work, whatever it may be, as my art. It’s my contribution to the world. I’m going to give my best because I care, regardless of how it’s received. I care that it’s done well and that it serves someone else well or brings them some joy. I’ve never been motivated solely…Read More
Deadlines are important, especially for entrepreneurs. They keep us in line and productive, rather than just busy. We set deadlines because we believe they represent a reasonable amount of time to complete a project. And maybe they are aggressive, in order to push us to move faster. Good stuff. Some deadlines are set in stone,…Read More
Keep Her Sacred
In 1927, the Grand Council of American Indians made a statement about the colonization of America by “the white man”. Today we would call it “development”. “The white people, who are trying to make us over in their image, they want us to be what they call “assimilated”, bringing the Indians into the mainstream and…Read More
Not Another America
Fortunately, due to the endless flow of information via the Internet and the ease of travel, the world is becoming more and more aware of the long-term destructive effects of handouts and traditional aid programs. Aid agencies and humanitarians have begun to embrace the concept of “teaching a man to fish”, rather than giving him…Read More