May 22, 2018How does one be a successful sculptor in this cash-only-concerned world? Host Bart Jackson invites on globally famed sculptor Gyuri Hollosy to explain the commercial side of being an artistic creator in today’s economy. And, as author of the markedly insightful Voices in an Artists Head, Gyrui delves deeply into that artistic mindset that we all possess, but fail to employ to its best advantage. Are you using your emotions in a way that brings joy and sparks creativity? Are you bringing a spiritual assessment into you business and into your staff to determine the fullest value? Tune in and learn how much of the penetrating artistic perspective we all possess within us – and how much we need to cultivate and set it to work for our own benefit.
The Corporate Huddle – Making the Pros Professional
May 15, 2018So you have fought to the top of the top of the athletic heap – You’re a pro in the NFL, NBA, MBA or PGA. The only thing larger than your sports star salary is the number of sharks swimming around…
Arena: The Fun & Profit of America’s Sports Stadiums
May 8, 2018America’s sports stadiums stand as temples of community, of commerce, and as revealing mirrors that lays bare our cultural soul – warts and all. And no one knows these monumental enigma more intimately than author Rafi Kohan. After a yearlong exploratory pilgrimage…
News & Notes
Vision that engages only the imagination is fantasy. Vision that also engages the back and brain is called business.
Afterthought: The surest way to inspire people to place their shoulders, sweat, and effort behind your marvelous new plan is to make sure that a) it holds some reward for them personally, and b) make darn sure it really is achievable.