Category: eBook, Life, Work
Indentured Servant-NO

In medieval times, indentured servants worked the land of a king for a fixed number of years until their debt was paid in full. The king owned the field, the crop and the harvest yield. He got rich, he ate and drank as much as he liked, and the servants learned to live on the crumbs from his […]

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M. FIeld Art & Beach wear shop

Subscribe in iTunes Podcast Summary Mike Field-Sport. Life. Art. In this interview you will enjoy Mike’s humble almost bashful view of his story. But don’t be fooled.  He lives in a beautiful story of wealth. Not necessarily of worldly monetary wealth but one of passion and art and friendship. Why we believe we need to consume […]

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Silk Screen-MField Art

I have a fierce commitment to the belief that our Work is our Art. What we do and most especially how we do it can either be stiff robotic toil or deeply human and poetic. By pouring our heart, soul and passion into our Work it becomes Art. Your not an Artist if… Sadly, Work […]

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Photo  by justinjagged

How much time do you spend thinking about why you shouldn’t start creating something new instead of just doing it? How many statements of disqualification do you listen to everyday? Do you ever hear questions in your head like these? The truth is I hear this list a lot. And I even yield to its taunting voice. […]

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Category: Work
Photo by See-ming Lee 李思明 SML

Art is usually classified as a painting, a drawing, a sculpture, a photograph, a song, etc. Some might say, “The kinds of things you could find in a museum, that’s art”. And an expanded interpretation of Art should include the way in which we each alter and influence the world we live in. The smallest […]

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Category: Why you should keep going?, Work
Art- Photo by Benkay Creative Commons

Take your time assessing what you created. Take your time explaining the beauty of your art, so we can absorb the magnitude of your creation. Your photograph, your book, your painting, your company, the album you just finished, the car you restored, or the software release you just finished. Don’t just move on to the […]

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