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Stressful times and finding balance.

I recently returned to work after being home for eight weeks on paternity leave after my wife gave birth to our second child. Getting back into the swing of balancing, commuting, work, kids, household duties, hosting a podcast, developing another one, and school has been a real challenge. I developed a method and workflow that…

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Character Analysis and Personalities

Enneagram Looking at the Enneagram model, I gravitated to “The Giver,” type two.  When thinking about the internal journey Ben must take to realize his goals and spark out on adventure, I thought about what it would be like for someone who is the opposite.  The Giver is someone who cares more for others than they do…

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The Art of Visual Storytelling

So we are coming to end of the month and of another course in the MFA. The Art of Visual Storytelling with Professor Michael Merriam was really an eye opening course. I truly enjoyed it. It was challenging, fast paced, engaging, exciting, and funny. If this is what I have to look forward to I…

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Visual Storytelling

We are in the second week of our Art of Visual Storytelling class. I have been working really hard on the assignments. It is a lot of fun, and I’ve had story ideas just pop into my head the moment I have to go and create something. It is really cool to be back in…

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What Can We Become?

I saw this post recently and it really spoke to me. I connected to it in a personal way. I have always struggled to accept the things about me I need to change and wondering if this is as good as it gets. That started to change once I became a parent, and over the…

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