Thinking Out Loud
I create content for clients as a creative director with a graphic design firm. And I create content for myself, and my audience, also a type of client, as a performing artist. For years my partner, both in business and marriage, has seen these two aspects of me as difficult to reconcile, and even more difficult to explain to that first set of clients, the set we share. Because I haven’t seen that difficulty, I had not seen the need to articulate how they can co-exist.
At least that’s what I told myself. That’s often the kind of thing we tell ourselves when we don’t feel like spending the time and thought it’s going to take to answer a difficult question.Read More>
When we went from working for a multinational to running our own company, we very suddenly understood that you have to let people know what you want to do if you want any chance of doing it for them.
Giving that our jobs have always centered around communicating ideas, that probably shouldn’t have been a shock for us. But we were young and naive, and we thought that since our work was good that should be enough.
It isn’t enough.Read More>
Hudson Valley Fresh farmers all agree on one thing. You don’t take on dairy farming as just a job. The hours are long and because you’re caring for living, breathing animals, everything is on their terms. You do this because you love it.
And this small cooperative of educated, intelligent, and dedicated farmers produces some of the finest quality, healthiest milk in the country. That’s a scientific measurement, not an opinion.Read More>