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What is Your Why?


When you live within your Desire, you feel a sense of purpose, value and worth.

Three Steps to Creating Your Desire Sentence


Connecting with your personal Desire provides you with a sense of purpose, value, and worth. Here are three steps to identify your Desire sentence.

Jimmy Chin on his Personal Desire


Academy Award-winning filmmaker, National Geographic photographer, and mountain sports athlete Jimmy Chin talks about his personal purpose, or Desire.

When Throwing Events, Purpose Is Your Bouncer


Author of The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why It Matters, Priya Parker, tells us why purpose should be the bouncer for your events.

Priya Parker: Focus Creates Passion


Author of The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why It Matters, Priya Parker, talks focus with Studio/E.

Q&A with Filmmaker and Mountaineer Jimmy Chin


We sit down with Academy Award-winning filmmaker, National Geographic photographer and mountain sports athlete, Jimmy Chin, for a Q&A.

The Upsides of Conflict at Work


Three productive ways to think about conflict.

How (and Why) to Make a Bucket List


Four steps to creating an actionable (and amazing) bucket list.

Get Grounded in Your Purpose


A tool to help you think through, assess, and focus on your priorities.

How to Gather Greatly


Tips from Priya Parker, master facilitator and author of the book The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why It Matters, on how to gather.

The Original Social Network


CaringBridge CEO Liwanag Ojala bridges gaps of communication

Passion Provides Focus


Tuskegee Airman Dr. Harold Brown on passion.

Kaywin Feldman is Making the Minneapolis Institute of Art Accessible


Q&A with the new director-designate of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., Kaywin Feldman

What Is Your Sentence?


Why your Desire should be just one sentence.

If You Don't See It, Build It


A Q&A with co-creators of Scout Workshop.

Pursue Your Purpose


A Q&A with TransForm Corp CEO Sarah McNally.

Hold Tight to Your Moral Compass


Director and President of Minneapolis Institute of Art, Kaywin Feldman, on following her moral compass.

Leaving a Legacy of Love: Q&A with Founder of Hands & Feet


Did you know that one in six children in Minnesota face hunger daily? If you…

John O'Leary on Purpose


In conjunction with our friends at Jacobs Marketing, we brought John O’Leary to Minneapolis for…

What is Your Desire Statement?


In conjunction with our friends at Jacobs Marketing, we brought John O’Leary to Minneapolis for…

Man's Search for Meaning


We read a lot of books. The topics we consume are vast, but there are…

Last of the Tuskegee Airmen Recap


Dr. Harold Brown is one of the last of the famed Tuskegee Airmen, and we brought him to the Twin Cities for an evening of heroism, history and inspiration.

A Hero's Journey


Heroes play an influential role at Studio/E: authors, explorers, rule-breakers, artists and business starters. But…

Shaping Future Leaders


Jared Hanks is among the younger Studio/E members, but his contributions compare well to those with far more years under their belt. At Juxtaposition Arts, an organization that connects young talent from the north side of Minneapolis to the creative economy, Jared runs outreach and engagement.

Goals Before Successes


Success comes in all shapes and sizes, but when it comes to measuring it, one thing is certain: you have to define your goals before you can reach them. Brad Johnston is a proponent of setting goals and creating a comprehensive strategy to achieve them, which is what he does with his clients as founder of The Johnston Group.

If You Want to Change Tomorrow, Talk to a Young Mind Today


This past weekend we beta tested a program for young explorers with the aim of helping…

Big Heart in a Hard Hat


Bob Gardner loves people. As owner of Gardner Builders, a Minneapolis-based construction company that truly cares about making clients’ experiences enjoyable, he is often found interacting with trade partners, clients, influencers in the business and his team. He says if his team doesn’t feel inspired, he’s not doing his job. So it is no surprise that the reason he gets out of bed every morning is to meet people, engage with them, learn, and have fun along the way.

What is Your Why?


Why am I here? What do I have to contribute that will make a difference?…

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