Inspired by Stories

  • IBM Engineer Quits His Job to Travel the World as an Instagram-Famous Photographer

    Kirstin on Fullback and Friends | Many of us daydream about the idea of quitting the day job and ‘living the dream’ but not many of us actually sit down, create a business plan, and seriously discuss with our nearerst and dearest (ie. the ones who may not be involved in the business but would…

  • Senior Citizens Learn to Graffiti in Creative Workshop That Aims to Banish Ageist Stereotypes

    Kirstin on Fullback and Friends |What an inspiring article. It is never too late in life to be learning new skills and be introduced to new life experiences. Creativity is such an amazing talent and soft skill and can produce fantastic results collaboratively and independently. This article also proves how experiences such as these can…

  • Workin’ 9 to 5 to make a livin… and every other minute on your startup

    Kirstin on Fullback and Friends | So many graduates and well established professionals are thinking about building portfolio careers, and this article provides some excellent advice. Portfolio careers are an ideal way of maintaining a regular income, keeping your CV and employment current as well as developing a career/business that you are passionate about, and…

  • How Pixar’s 22 rules of story help you write engaging client case studies

    Kirstin on Fullback and Friends | At Fullback and Friends we are huge Pixar fans, for their design work and storytelling, and this is an excellent article to help introducing Pixar in the business world.  How fun is working going to be now when you start working on your client story boards.

  • Want to Get Ahead? Think Like a Millionaire

    Kirstin on Fullback and Friends: Whether you work for a company, or run your own business, we all want our work/businesses to be successful and profitable.  So, who wants to be a millionaire?  That’s a big yes from me.  

  • Walk Finds: Visual Arts Lab – 20th – 21st February (Birmingham)

    Kirstin on Fullback and Friends:  This event ties in very well with Tyrer Sorrel’s ‘Story Walks’  Walking can be such a creative activity for individuals and groups.–Visual-Arts-Lab-200214

  • Time Travel: The Natural Way to Tell Stories

    Kirstin:  The power of a headline when story telling.  I loved reading this article – it made me smile, and got my attention.  The premise of story telling is so simple when you think about it, and I think I may pay more attention on my daily commute to learn more about the art of stort ytelling.   However…

  • The Story Spine: Pixar’s 4th Rule of Storytelling

    Kirstin:  What can I say I love Pixar and I love the art of storytelling.

  • Hilary Mantel’s Ten Rules for Writing Fiction

    Kirstin:  Following on from this morning’s Pixar article more advice for all aspiring writers, and unleash the creative you.  

  • Pixar’s 22 Rules of Storytelling

    Kirstin:  Pixar is so much more than just fantastic animation, it is also about their amazing ability to tell great stories.  If you love all things Pixar, you will enjoy reading this article, and release the creative you.  You will be surprised how you can use your story boards in all areas of your life…