The God of Artists

Many of us equate difficulty with virtue — and art with fooling around.  Hard work is good.  A terrible job must be building our moral fiber. Something — a talent for painting, say — that comes to us easily and seems compatible with us must be some sort of cheap trick, not to be taken seriously. Continue reading “The God of Artists”

Focus on Your Strengths

Every so often, it feels appropriate to talk about my experience as a consultant and how that might apply to living restoratively. Today, I’d like to share an idea that I first heard, when I was working for a non-profit that was part of the National Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP).  I was taking a class onContinue reading “Focus on Your Strengths”