Tina Dyehouse is one of 18 entrepreneurs sharing ideas, insights and inspiration March 26 at the Good Discovery(s) civic design festival (GD), a day of workshops, panels and brainstorms at Cincinnati’s Memorial Hall.
I remember my time spent with Sergio for the Fast Company story, ‘We’re Detroit Kids,’ well, as being a lot like Sergio. Fast-paced. High Energy. Constant Movement. I also remember the trio of Detroit-based, automobile industry reporters staying focused on labor issues, while I spoke to Marchionne in Columbus, Ohio about the workplace culture impact of Chrysler’s famous Super Bowl ads ‘Imported from Detroit’ and ‘Halftime in America.’
A hike on the Kalalau Trail lifts my spirit for discovery to new heights. It helps understand how to build better creative frameworks for my services. It lifts my creativity. More importantly, discovery this powerful has a better chance of resulting in resulting in tangible, action steps for you, your colleagues and customers.
This spring, after hosting a workshop with the U.S. Department of State International Visitor Leadership Program in collaboration with the Greater Cincinnati World Affairs Council, I’ve been thinking about the increasing accessibility, affordability and availability of digital products and services for media pros.