In an era where everyone seems to have an opinion, combined with social media and the fact that everyone now has a platform from which to share those opinions, this week’s strategy might feel a little unnecessary.
We love to ask people the question: What are five things you do well? These might be very specific things, like playing the piano or baking homemade bread.
When an artist signs a piece of art and puts a number like 1/1 or 1/1,000 on it, the lower the denominator, the more valuable the piece of art is perceived to be. In other words, 1/1 is better than 1/100,000. When it comes to humans, we only have one number we can use because each and every person is 1/1.
We turn on lights and walk out of the room. We leave our device chargers plugged in when not in use. We search a bit too long for a snack from the refrigerator. Energy consumed.
Water is the essential to life. Plants, animals, and every person on this planet need water. When we see images of Earth from space, it appears we have an abundance of it, but this is not the case.
In 1950, the world’s population was 2.5 billion people and we produced 1.5 million tons of plastic. Today, our world population is 7.8 billion people and we produce over 300 million tons of plastic. In other words, while our population has tripled during those years, […]
Jane Goodall said, “You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide on the kind of difference you want to make.” We can no longer make excuses. […]
We have spent the past twelve months digging deeper into themes to help us all survive and thrive, as best we can, through what has been one heck of a year. Potentially lost, however, in the process is something else we all need to keep […]
We all love a good story. We love to connect with a character in a book, movie, or television show and watch them navigate life. We get happy when things go well for them, and we feel their pain when things fall apart; but we […]
We are all familiar with the saying, “When all else fails, we still have hope.” Meaning, once we have tried everything there is to try and have done everything there is to do, the last thing we have left is hope.