Unconscious impressions

Picasso investigated the essence of things – what lay underneath the things he painted. Contrary to what Pablo Picasso is known for – the abstracts of cubism – Picasso could paint with academic accuracy at an early age. He painted “Science and Charity” when he was 15. Picasso untrained his academic …

Born to be life pioneers

We love a good success story, especially in a two-hour movie where we can comfortably experience the thrills of inspiration, the surprises and stresses of a journey, and most of all, the satisfaction of a successful conclusion. Life isn’t like that, is it? Actually, it is like that – in …

Look Homeward, Worker

The stuff of dreams The movie, Field of Dreams (1989, Kevin Costner), is an entrepreneur’s story. “If you build it they will come” is still a catch phrase that speaks to an entrepreneur’s resolve. In the movie, a visionary person risks acting on a very personal belief. It won’t leave …

We, at the same time…

Since 2012, my monthly commentary email, The Art of Perspective. carried encouragement to my readers about positive life perspective, meaningful occupation, and natural entrepreneurship. This new blog is a platform to replace that commentary to show that all three conditions exist where a person’s work flows from the heart. What the commentary lacked …

Creating unconsciously

Art brings something to us that never existed before. The WOW! factor is – I’ve never seen that before! In the normal scheme of things, the artist’s life makes no sense. And yet out of this ‘nonsense’ comes intriguing, amazing and beautiful creations. THAT is creativity! Something that amazes. Is creativity like spontaneous combustion? Where does …