Posts Tagged ‘Creative Environments’
SparkFire helps businesses and entrepreneurs ignite creativity, imagine possibilities, and push outside comfort zones. Now SparkFire’s President Chris Fagan puts these principles into practice on a personal quest in Antarctica.
In late November, Chris Fagan and her husband Marty will fly to Antarctica to set off on an expedition with no guides or resupply. They will attempt to become the first American married couple to ski 570 miles from the edge of the continent, where land meets sea, to the … Read more
It was a dream project. A client asked us to immerse a team in silliness to help them better understand their target consumer, teenaged boys and twenty-something men. How much fun is that?
Our immersion consisted of interactive presentations on the benefits of play and the styles of silliness, an improv workshop designed to help the team experience silliness firsthand and a knock-down, drag out, finger-shooter war.
Along the way, we discovered that the sillier we got, the more we … Read more
When I see a treehouse, I’m filled with a sense of curiosity and wonder, excited to explore inside. Since my family is in the process of building a treehouse, I jumped at the chance to attended a recent book signing by Seattle author Pete Nelson who shared insights from his most recent book “New Treehouses of the World.”
Pete’s book takes readers on an exciting international tour of more than 35 new treehouses. Each photo and accompanying description invite you … Read more
I live in the Northwest, home of many dog lovers (like myself) who adore playing in the outdoors with their furry friends. Not surprising, off leash dog parks and trails are quite popular. Ever notice how a dog acts when off leash? A mild mannered dog transforms into a passionate playmate that runs with abandon, jumps, pounces and smiles enthusiastically.
There may be something to learn from off leash dogs. It seems to me that many workplaces keep employees on … Read more