No More Time Outs: An Exploration of Playful Parenting

How Playful Parenting Is Reinventing the Parent-Child Relationship Parenting styles have always varied. Strict or lenient, hovering or independent – regardless of which way a parent bends, by integrating elements of play into their approach, they can step up their parenting game and make the menial seem more meaningful. The future of parenting may lie…

Why We Write

Exploring the Innate Purpose of Language   “There are many people thinking overmuch about the encroachment of colloquial and slangy speech upon good English.” — Arthur G. Kennedy   The frustrated voice of Arthur G. Kennedy echoes through time, space, and the pages of the journal American Speech. His essay, “The Future of the English…

Why Storytelling is Important to Business

As long as there have been humans, there have been stories. Stories, told orally, were one of the first forms of human communication, and, in large part, were used to learn from one another’s experiences. Today, they are still at the center of all that we do and say. However, when we think of stories,…

Big Food Turns 65

The American organic food market skyrocketed from $8 billion in 2004 to $42 billion just ten years later. If you were a child in the 1990s, chances are, you’ve had a Dino Buddy. Perusing the frozen aisles of your local Costco, you can still spot its signature vitamin-C orange box today: its crisped golden insides…

Storytelling as an Insight Tool

Many civilizations throughout history understood the power of storytelling. From ancient Egypt to modern China, storytelling provided the foundation for nearly everything. From daily routines to historic events, storytelling can be the best tool to uncover insights. Historians use storytelling to draw out the facts – and it can be used in the modern corporate…