As I pulled up to this particularly immaculate gated community on the sunny outskirts of Los Angeles, I remember feeling super nervous. As the gates opened and I drove down to her home, it finally dawned on me why I felt
We’re right in the thick of Bullying Prevention Month. With 1 in 3 children being impacted by bullying worldwide, Sock Problems set out to design a "Sock Bullying" sock that could give back to an organization finding mindful ways to take on this global issue.
One of my most enjoyable experiences working on the US Ski & Snowboard Team branding assignment was strumming up a friendship with the ridiculously likable (and three-time Olympic Skier) Steve Nyman. Steve, 35, had recently qualified for his 4th Olympics when,
Courage unshackles you from the pack; It separates you from stuck, risk-averse companies. Courage is never prejudiced; It’s willingly open for any opportunistic gender, race or ethnicity. Courage is a team sport. There is no “I” in courage for a reason. Courage can be learned. So long as you are open to
For 12 years, I’ve been Wonka's Everlasting Gobstopper: always going and never ending. Relentlessly pushing and nudging my creative agencies towards success and away from failure for one feared reason: I was so terrified of the line
I’ve always had a bone to pick with the term “content marketing.” These two words must have first been put together by one of the least creative people on the planet. I imagine someone from the same family tree coined the
If you’re reading this post, then you have probably already gathered that our company has taken a hard stance on working solely with courageous companies. Courage is something we take quite seriously around here. According to Aristotle, courage was considered the very
It makes total sense that some folks would jump down Apple’s throat about their self-proclaimed courageousness. I can say this with confidence because I’ve taken the last 700 days studying how people perceive “courage.” Two things I’ve learned: 1) Courage, as a concept,