Making A Mark and other Pretentious Musings

Making A Mark Ashcraft

This is a project that served as our deliverable for Organizational Leadership 605: Imagine, Create, Lead at Gonzaga University. Working on this project was a struggle because as you can see, visual arts are not my strong point. The assignment was to find an artifact that represented our creative leadership style and discuss that artifact in terms of the course material, which included topics such as transcendentalism, improvisation, metanoia, and personal creativity.

I’m not going to act like this is gleaming with intellectual significance; It is pretentious enough without me acting as if this product really said something meaningful to the world. That being said, I think there is some merit to what I’m saying, even if it is shoehorned into the rubric for the sake of grading. I’ll let you know what the grade is when I get it.

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