Passion Hit TV interview with video expert Steve Garfield.
If you want a creative career, get creating!
Great advice and inspiration from a modern day small business owner.
One boy. One dream. Watch what happens when you don’t stifle imagination.
Author, comedian and all around motivating Baratunde Thurston sits down to share his journey with C.C. Chapman on Passion Hit TV.
C.C. Chapman explains what his new show Passion Hit TV is all about.
Behind the scenes of a video shoot for Passion Hit TV.
I’ve been trying to process the passing of Steve Jobs.
I was driving into Boston to host an event with Ann Handley when the news popped up on my phone. I was instantly hit with this great sadness and a rush of emotions. I didn’t expect this to happen and I haven’t been able to stop thinking about him and what he meant to my life since that moment.
Inspiration is a weird thing. You never know who may give it to you or when it is going to come.Read More
Too often in life we forget that it is the simple things that give us the greatest rewards.
I love to be inspired.
I love when when someone creates something that touches me and makes me want to do better with everything I create.
In the course of the last 24 hours, these two videos have filled me with inspiration to do better on two projects I’m currently working on and I wanted to share them with you in the hopes that you’ll be inspired as well.Read More
Clarence Smith Jr. has launched Bold Edition to the world and I wanted to make sure YOU knew about it. Check it out!
The concept of collecting wine is something that I’ve never fully understood.
Laura and I love wine and enjoy a glass of it quite often, but the concept of buying and saving wine was nothing that either of us could fully comprehend. We buy what we like. We drink what we buy. Why would anyone collect it?
Of course last year when we returned from a Napa Valley Vacation we suddenly found ourselves with a collection of wine, but we’ll never be wine collectors and here is why.Read More
A few years ago he asked others what their words were and I liked it so much that every year I set them. Here are my three words from 2010.
As I chose mine for 2011, I couldn’t remember what I had chosen the year before and I was happy to find out that I had in fact picked different words. My three words for 2011 are Create, Inspire & Teach.Read More
Last week, I asked my Dad if he could find and scan in some photographs from when I was young doing creative activities to include in my keynote I’m giving tomorrow morning. This is one of the ones he sent.
The reason for the photographs, is I have fond memories of whenever people asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up I would say, “I want to be an artist.”Read More