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Jimmy Chin on New Experiences and Current Means
Academy Award-winning filmmaker, National Geographic photographer, and mountain sports athlete Jimmy Chin talks with Studio/E about how he draws on past experiences to prepare himself for the unknown (we call this Current Means).
Tyler Fish - Move With What You Have
Polar explorer Tyler Fish sits down with Nate Garvis of Studio/E and they talk about…
Tyler Fish: Move With What You Have
Polar explorer Tyler Fish on moving with what you have.
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.
Dan Roam: Visualize the Quest You're On
Dan Roam visits with Nate Garvis of Studio/E and they talk about how visualization is…
Your Ideas Matter
We know that you have an idea inside of you. We are here to tell you that your ideas matter.
Power and Beauty: A Studio/E Tour at Mia
What separates good leaders from the great? Art.
Thinking Big, Acting Small
Cargill executive on operating as an entrepreneur within a large organization.
Creating Networks with Gardner Builders
When Bob Gardner, CEO of Gardner Builders, asked us if we could help him and his…
You Have Your Own Answers
Success is hard to come by when you aren’t clear on your strengths and values. All too often folks are stuck, whether disengaged or underutilized, within organizations. The answers needed to find success are within us all, but sometimes it takes the right person to pull them out. Throughout her time in HR at Cargill and now Fluke Corporation, Studio/E member Tiana Martin has done just that — help employees extract their own answers from within. When you start with what you have (what we call current means), you begin to think in a growth mindset.