Post these near your writing station and think of Chinese five-spice the next time your copywriting feels a little bland. … Continue readingFive-Spice Copywriting
We live in a culture of scarcity. While many of us are told, work hard and anything is possible, we are also told we have just a … Continue readingLead Through Generosity!
One sunny afternoon, stomping down a London high street I spotted a beautiful pair of shoes in the window of the Samsonite store. In 2007, Samsonite suddenly started, … Continue readingSamsonite Black Label, A Love Story
In the period between 1950 and 1969, many Hollywood stars made attempts at playing the nightclub circuit with varying degrees of success. Though some of those shows were terrific to … Continue readingThe Miracle Of Lena Horne Live
From the time I was a teen, I had always wanted to visit Italy. Perhaps it was all those sandal pictures, or the utter glory of Sophia Loren striding down … Continue readingLonging and Disappointment in the Land of Ferragamo
One of my favorite apps, Paper. A little inspiration for the trip ahead for you and me. I hope this scenic drive takes you where you want to go!
This is my favorite David Park painting, Woman with Red Mouth, painted in 1954-55. In the midst of the Abstract Expressionist craze, think Jackson Pollack, Park turned towards more representational work, … Continue readingWoman with Red Mouth David Park
As the little monster thrust the pen & receipt in my direction he barked “Sign it.” Someone needs a nap, I thought. And no, I did not tip him. I … Continue readingTiramisu And The Little Monster
One night many years ago while working at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., a friend of mine was ill and couldn’t make it into work. He asked me if … Continue readingThe World’s Greatest Cellist and a Cold Glass of Water
Yesterday, the Jr. Salesmen, age 18-19, who was processing my return at Best Buy asked me if I had any plans for the evening. I said, no, why? He … Continue readingArms And The Salesman