George Jedenoff is 99 and he skis every day in Utah’s Wasatch range. His secret is The Powder Philosophy, a life lesson on purpose, reflection and positivity.Read more "The Powder Philosophy: A 99 Year Old Skier’s Life Lesson On Purpose, Reflection & Positivity"
Part Two of our NHL logo makeover project – to celebrate TSMP’s one year anniversary – is here. This week the eight Atlantic Division team logos are under the proverbial microscope.Read more "NHL Logos As Company Logos: Atlantic Division"
Juventus, one of the world’s most iconic football clubs, have launched a complete overhaul of their visual identity in order to extend their commercial appeal beyond the core fan base to a wider, global audience. But as visually stunning as this work is, the beautiful game just got a little more ugly.Read more "New Juventus Brand Puts Business Above Fans"
To celebrate TSMP’s one year anniversary we’re redesigning all 30 NHL logos imagining the teams are not hockey clubs, but a variety of companies.Read more "NHL Logos As Company Logos: Pacific Division"
Serena Williams is the greatest tennis player of all time. Discover the secret ingredients of her success and apply those to your own career.Read more "7 Career Success Lessons from Serena Williams"
The 2002 Oakland A’s had one of the smallest budgets in the MLB, but GM Billy Beane used Big Data & Analytics to win 20 games in a row and turn the A’s into the best team in baseball.Read more "Moneyball: How Big Data & Analytics Turned The Oakland A’s Into The Best Team In Baseball"
The Fosbury Flop revolutionised the High Jump at the 1968 Olympic Games in Mexico Game. By refusing to accept what others were doing, Dick Fosbury innovated his own style and went on to win Olympic gold.Read more "The Fosbury Flop: How You Can Win Gold By Doing Things Differently"