An avid and devoted vegetable gardener got me thinking after I he said, “The seed catalogs will arriving soon.” Early January and he’s already planning his summer garden! Then, I remembered the insight I discovered while writing the Row By … Continued
Researchers have highlighted how the OODA Loop can improve decision-making, especially under stressful situations like combat. Another aspect of procession a heave volume of information with OODA is improved cognitive capacity. By applying and repeating the Loop productivity increases as well as one’s ability to adapt to change.
I accepted the challenge from the high school English teacher standing opposite me. I didn’t know her. The stack of papers she head lead me to expose my idea to a stranger. Not even catching her name, the statement, “write … Continued
Friction. Energy. Ideas. Rub your hands together, like you were warming them on a cold morning waiting at the bus stop. Palms together, fingers pointing north… up + down alternatively. One evening during my stint in the Floral Department at … Continued
In the hustle and bustle in the Loop (Chicago’s central business district) it is easy to overlook the astonishing design and history; unless of course you’re an architecture nerd like myself. One of the most fascinating intersections, in my … Continued
THREE PLAZAS ON DEARBORN STREET Chicago Design Week 2018 Event 2-hour Walking Tour | 8 people per group. Tickets available for 5 scheduled tours: Sun 10/28 10a-12p Tue 10/30 2p-4p Thu 11/1 2p-4p Fri 11/2 10a-12p Sat 11/3 10a-12p … Continued
When you were in school, did you get caught doodling? Have you ever got the evil eye from a co-worker for doodling during a meeting? You were on right page! A study, sighted by the Journal of Cognitive Psychology, found … Continued
Ever been caught (and admitted) you were daydreaming? Did you feel guilty? Why? While at work, floral department at my local Mariano’s, I admitted to a customer that I was daydreaming instead of pressing the touchscreen to complete the transaction. … Continued