When I think of craftsmanship, imagery of artisans carving wood with tools made of metal come to mind. This is so distinctly different than my hours spent in front of a computer screen that most days I don’t feel like a craftsman, and I bet that’s true for many of you. But the reality is, we all “create” and “make”, and practice our craft every day. It’s imperative that we embrace the innovation and excitement that comes from questioning the norm, discovering what doesn’t work, and celebrating thinking-different. I encourage you to watch at least two of the following videos to reconnect you with your innate ability to make – something new, something better, something different.
By Amber Hendrick|2018-12-08T12:59:02-07:00April 3rd, 2014|