Author: Skye Larsen

Great teachers often learn their art from other great teachers, and the Greek philosopher Aristotle was no exception. Starting at age 17, he began learning under the tutelage of the celebrated philosopher Plato. After training at Plato’s Academy, Aristotle went on to tutor Alexander the...

Last night I found myself mindlessly scrolling through my Facebook news feed yet again. I wasn’t searching for anything, and I wasn’t even absorbing any content. Just simple skimming and scanning. Mad at myself for the aimless time-wasting, I shook my head and focused on...

Do your shots never seem to hit the mark? Do customers cower and flee from your presence? Do you hear rumblings about a rebellion amongst your clients? If so, your company might be a Galactic Empire. Luke Skywalker and his ragtag band of rebels downed the Galactic...

Basketball summer training camps taught me a lot about effort, teamwork, and creative insults. But when I wasn’t hearing a wisecrack about my less-than-ideal height, I picked up some valuable knowledge. One of these bits of wisdom was the triple threat position. With the triple threat...

Sometimes ideas for content creation come easily. When your company is about to launch an exciting new product, you detail all the possible uses for your company’s revolutionary hoverboard. When the newest installment of your favorite film series comes out, you simply can’t resist explaining...