Many industries, but especially architecture and design, demand creativity. Its core to achieving business goals and meeting client expectations; it’s also key to who we are as individuals and a community.
For May Cruz, Bentley’s senior creative services manager, art is her world. It shows up in everything she does: from the art festivals she takes her kids to, to the colors she puts in her hair (more about that below) to the oil paintings she does in her spare time. Art is more than a job…it’s a way of life.
When Paula Hagerty has a goal, she makes sure it’s within her sights. Literally. She writes it on a piece of paper, pins it to her bulletin board, and looks at it every day – right next to a running list of big sales and projects she’s working on. Ambitions side-by-side with achievements. Wishes next to the hard work it takes to make them come true.
We’re officially in our prime of the holiday season! Need a tip or two to get you through the holidays without breaking a sweat?
We’ve got you covered with our official 2016 Bentley Holiday Survival Guide. Stay tuned as we share, we laugh, and even give you a fact or two about how we keep our Bentley carpet rockin’ through the holiday shuffle!
Collaboration. A buzzword du jour – but one that truly matters for just about everyone in any industry. It’s proven to boost productivity, spur creativity and elevate engagement. It’s redefined how we work as a team. How we innovate. How we design and utilize space. Collaboration is pretty powerful. It’s also much easier to talk about than to do.
Aura photography is a high tech bio-feedback imaging camera that takes a photo of your dynamic electromagnetic field. The photo taken is a window to your inner self. You can see and get in touch with what is going on in your personal space. Your aura is as individual as your fingerprint and understanding it is a powerful aid in expanding your intuitive awareness. The aura photo provides you with this opportunity. Use it as a self discovery tool to help gain a deeper understanding of your special chakra energy.
This story begins with a New York hotel room key. Actress and singer/songwriter, Caitlin Crosby, started wearing the hotel key as a necklace while on tour and had the idea to start engraving old, used keys with inspirational words. Realizing that, in a way, we are all like these keys – unique, flawed, scarred, and sometimes discarded by others – she wanted these keys to have their purpose renewed over and over again.