Studio/E One-Minute Expedition

Qualities of a Great Exploratory Leader

Ernest Shackleton was a polar explorer who led three British expeditions to the Antarctic. Devoted to creating a legacy, he set out to lead what would become famously known as the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition from 1914 – 1917. Shackleton is one of the most studied explorers because he could navigate both the known and the…

Studio/E Gratitude Roundup

The Studio/E Gratitude Roundup

A wonderful thing happens when you replace the phrase “have to” with “get to.” It’s a small change, but this shift in Mindset takes you from a place of negativity to one of opportunity. For example, you don’t have to be reading this post right now; you get to read it. You’re viewing this on some sort of…

Studio/E One-Minute Expedition

What Makes Your Idea of Unique Value to its Users?

Ideation is the act of generating Ideas. It allows you to make your Ideas unique, valuable, and tangible so you can share them with others and get feedback to make them better. Powerful Ideation centers on the true, empathetic needs of your user – not the solution you already have or assume to be of…

The Studio/E Compass - an Exploration Tool

Competency Questions – The Studio/E Compass Part 2

Part 2 in a 3-part series. We created the Studio/E Compass as an exploration tool to help you chart your direction in the unknown — where directions are seriously lacking! — and drive you toward a desired outcome. In Idea and MVP: The Studio/E Compass Part 1, we walked through the first three steps of…

Studio/E One-Minute Expedition

What Story Are You Telling Yourself?

Mindset is the most powerful tool you possess. It is the narrator of the stories you tell yourself and it helps shape the world around you. It can create or deplete your energy, and it has deep impact on your actions and outcomes. At Studio/E we teach the Mindset Formula: Events + Stories = Outcomes….

The Studio/E Compass is an Exploratory Practice

Idea and MVP: The Studio/E Compass Part 1

Part 1 in a 3-part series A compass is used to provide geographic direction, consisting of a magnetic needle that pivots until aligned with a magnetic field. Inspired by all things exploration, we designed our own compass tool to use when in a learning situation (the Unknown Zone) to help you chart your direction and…

Writer and Director Eric D. Howell at Studio/E Member Morning Series

Journey to Disrupting an Industry

This writer and director is poised to change the way we consume media. It only takes one encounter with Eric Howell to understand how passionate he is about storytelling. A heavy-hitter in the film industry, Eric has been sharing stories for years. When his most recent idea didn’t go as planned, he took an unexpected…

Studio/E One-Minute Expedition

Why Exploratory Leadership

Exploratory Leadership is a required practice for life and business because it provides awareness to help you effectively explore the unknown. To understand why it’s so important to explore, think of your life and business as organisms. Organisms (and therefore your life and your business): Live and die (growth); Are subject to evolution based on changes in the environment (changes in markets and customers);…

Studio/E One-Minute Expedition

Start With What You Have

Current Means is asset-based thinking that enables you to focus and use what you have right now to get your ideas into action quickly. Examples of your Current Means are your experiences, skills, and relationships. Taking inventory of your Current Means provides you with the ability to take steps from a position of abundance rather…

Jenny Evans speaks resiliency training

Build Your Resiliency, Blast Your Stress

Have you ever been stressed before? Chances are you have. And chances are equally high that you will become stressed again sometime in your life. While stress is an inevitability, it doesn’t have to be an impediment. One way in which to prepare yourself for stress is to build your resiliency so that you can…

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