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After a two-year hiatus during which the world seemingly dwelled in a state of suspended animation, the SXSW Conference flickered back to life last week with a glimpse into the future. While the 2050 Track promised programming dedicated to “long-range, big-picture thinking that pushes the limits of what is humanly possible,” most speakers and panelists […]
Peter Himmelman started his creative life in avant-garage bands, in Minnesota, but unlocked his artistic core when he wrote a nakedly emotional love song for his dying father, in 1983. Today, after transitioning through a number of creative roles—including composing for TV and children’s music—he’s followed his restless muse to a new role as a lecturer, coach and author, helping others realize their own human potential. “If you cling too closely to what happened in the past and don’t create space for what’s happening now, it’s very difficult to move forward,” he tells Robert Cherry.
Co-create verb co-cre-ate (pronounced: kō-krē’āt)
The biggest barrier to a creative breakthrough could be staring you right in the face. Robert Cherry explores a radical approach shared by a creative elite—a method, strangely enough, you yourself have already practiced.
We’re thrilled to announce that construction is underway on a building for Seed on the downtown Cincinnati campus of Burke, Inc., our parent company. Read more about the move and our new modern treehouse-inspired space.
Emoji Analysis noun (pronounced ih-moh-jee uh-nal-uh-sis)
Pink tax noun (pronounced pingk taks)
A culture of continuous innovation noun (pronounced ā, kəlCHər, əv, kən’tinyōōəs, inə’vāSH(ə)n)
In business, ambiguity is known by many names. The fuzzy front end. Analysis paralysis. The unknown unknowns. But however it’s spelled, it’s often perceived as a four-letter word. Which is a shame. At Seed Strategy, we only see opportunity in ambiguity.
We recently spoke with singer-songwriter Joy Williams, one-half of the Grammy-winning duo The Civil Wars, for the newest issue of our interview series about creativity, The Fire Theft Project. Here are a few of the key insights we learned from the conversation.
We recently spoke with Saturday Night Live actress and comedian Vanessa Bayer for The Fire Theft Project, the interview series we publish on creative fire. Here are a few of the key insights we learned from the conversation.
We recently spoke with the Flaming Lips’ wildly prolific front man for The Fire Theft Project, the new interview series we publish on creative fire. Here are a few of the key insights we learned from the conversation.
We recently spoke with Portlandia star and co-creator Fred Armisen for the premiere issue of The Fire Theft Project, our new interview series on creative fire. Here are a few of the key insights we learned from the conversation.
Countless musicians have created personas for themselves— that’s par for the course—but only an elite few have had the vision and testicular fortitude to assume an entirely new identity midstream. Robert Cherry unmasks the best—and the rest.