Heart is a small word and an enormous concept. It describes an instinct to care for the well-being of ourselves and others. It is the powerful result of joining courage, passion, and conviction. It is the conduit through which we channel love, strength, and healing. Our hearts belong to us. Sometimes we don’t pay attention … Continue reading The Four-Chambered Heart
This video serves as an example of a few different concepts we like to dig into on this blog: Mutual Understanding, or Lack Thereof It fully illustrates what happens when the thing someone is actually saying is not what ends up getting heard (because I know for a FACT that Yoda and Luke aren't really … Continue reading Lessons From Yoda
Innovation is often equated with paradigm-shifting concepts, monumental breakthroughs, and the development of products or processes that cause significant change in industries, art, or life as we know it (like these). Innovators that produce a large-scale impact are celebrated for their extraordinary abilities and creativity (think Steve Jobs, Thomas Edison, and these amazing women). Given … Continue reading Original Thinkers
Innovation has always been imperative to humanity’s growth and survival (see growing crops, building shelter, written language, etc.), and we’re receiving messages all over the place that innovation is more important than ever in this current age of rapid technological advancement and globalization. As industries, services, products, and communication change at an accelerated pace, we’ll … Continue reading Elastic Thinking and Innovation
At Vestalia Hospitality, one of our core values is creativity. We exercise it daily by crafting craveable food and cocktails, shaping memorable dining experiences, and sustaining engaging environments for our guests and teams. Creativity extends to much more than that; it is at the heart of how we interact with one another, develop individuals on … Continue reading Innovation
It’s human nature to dream of a better future, and to aspire to become a better version of yourself. If you’re looking to bring change into your life, what’s going to work best for you to realize it? Do you need to establish a goal, create a vision, make a resolution, or set an intention? … Continue reading Making Use of Goals, Visions, Resolutions, and Intentions
Here's to keeping your head up, your wits about you, and stumbling through obstacles with dignity and grace (along to the beat of an epic drum solo). Happy Holidays!