"He has the intangibles that make a leader great. One key trait that he has is “learning agility.” Learning agility is the willingness and ability to learn from experience and then apply those lessons to succeed in new situations. Leaders who are learning agile continuously seek new challenges, solicit direct feedback, self-reflect, and get jobs done resourcefully…"
A logo doesn’t sell, it identifies. A logo derives its meaning from the quality of the thing it symbolizes, not the other way around. A logo is less important than the product it signifies; what it means is more important than what it looks like.
— PAUL RAND, graphic designer extraordinaire (1914-1996)
“helping is not the enemy of productivity, a time-sapping diversion from the actual work at hand; it is the mother lode, the motivator that spurs increased productivity and creativity.”—http://nyti.ms/117LmHT
Freehand Miami is a reinvention of the historic Indian Creek Hotel, one of Miami Beach’s classic 1930s Art Deco buildings. (Opened in December 2012 - see article on Curbed Miami here)
They have incorporated handcrafted design by Roman & Williams, local food and beverage, a comfortable community atmosphere, and both shared and private accommodations—all just one block from the beach.
"This isn’t the same kind of hostel you stayed at while you backpacked through Europe after college graduation… the Freehand Miami was created for a new generation of travelers who are looking for top-notch accommodations and a comfortable atmosphere at low costs… You can score a place to crash, a pool to lay at and an impressive ambiance for as low as $50/night– not too bad… article via http://airows.com”