On Leadership, Teamwork, and Running for Days

Q&A With Entrepreneur and Product Leader John Yi John Yi is a tech entrepreneur, a military veteran, a friend and mentor, so I had to have him on Making Ways to share some of his keen insights with the masses. John was instrumental to my realization that going independent and starting my own marketing business […]

Read More

Composing Great Client Relationships

How to Build Partnerships and Create Your Best Musical Work When Ravi Krishnaswami isn’t scoring best-selling video games or earworm-worthy TV jingles with his partner Jason Menkes at COPILOT, he’s off making music fans happy as part of the acclaimed The Smiths and Morrissey tribute act The Sons & Heirs or recording as a solo […]

Read More

The Power of Crunch Time

In conversation with projection mapping artist Craig Winslow There’s a world of augmented reality that needs no glasses, goggles, or smartphones. All it takes is being present, experiencing a space in real life. That’s the world that Portland, Oregon-based designer Craig Winslow plays in. Craig is a projection mapping artist who augments real-world spaces with […]

Read More

First by Feel: Visualizing a Future Moment to Define Your Goal

In conversation with Lana Porcello and Dave Muller, Owners of Outerlands Restaurant Lana Porcello and Dave Muller are the owners and operators of Outerlands, one of my favorite restaurants in San Francisco, renowned city- and countrywide for its sophisticated home-style California fare. In the latest episode of Making Ways, I chat with the married duo […]

Read More

How to Apply the Process Approach

When I spoke to Alexis Joseph, San Francisco native, watercolor paint maker, and owner of the studio art supply shop Case for Making in San Francisco’s Outer Sunset neighborhood, for my podcast Making Ways, we talked about her upbringing with a craft-loving mother, her favorite childhood activity during play dates (making art projects), and her […]

Read More
Scroll to top