Some questions and answers about Liminal Creative
The word “Liminal” means: “that space in-between where you are now and where you want to be in the future.”
Everyone goes through at least one major liminal time in their lives.
It’s a weird space.
Far too often, it’s downright painful.
In liminal times, you know you are not where you want to be and sometimes you don’t even know where you hope to end up.
Most of us crave stability. We crave the familiar. We long for things to be normal.
The last few years have been anything but stable. The world has been shaken up in a way that we have not seen in quite a while. It has been frustrating, disorienting, and hard.
But here's the thing: this time, this liminal space, can spark our greatest growth.
We are now faced with a choice.
Sure, we can try to ignore the changes and seek to regain what we think we have lost. But, this attempt to maintain the status quo will almost certainly fail. Change is inevitable and the seeking the status quo will keep us stuck in the past.
Our other option is embrace this strange new world and choose to walk forward with boldness and courage.
If you choose courage, we promise you that this will be deep and profound work. After all, this is where the real growth is.
If we are willing to let them, these liminal times can provide our biggest moments of growth and grace.
At Liminal Creative, nonprofits are our passion because we genuinely believe they will define the future.
Yes, giant corporations and businesses might make a big splash. However, it is the nonprofits that are on the front lines. They are the ones in the war zones, the under-invested communities – the liminal spaces of our world.
Liminal Creative is here to help their amazing stories come alive.
Short answer: No.
Long answer: We have worked with and plan to work with for profit clients in the past and into the future. We believe that we can offer them value and translate our skills to their business goals. But, our experience and relational network is in the nonprofit space. The nonprofit space is our passion, our gifting, our network and our calling.
That said, if you run a for profit company and want to talk about how we can serve you. We would love to begin the conversation and see if there is any possibility of working together.
While Todd Hiestand is the principle owner and strategist of Liminal Creative he has built a network of designers, programers and strategic partnerships that he brings into projects when it gives value to the client and project. When you work with Liminal Creative you not only get the expertise of Todd, but you tap into the expertise of his entire network as well.
Short answer: Yes, kind of.
Long answer: WordPress is the tool that Liminal Creative knows the best. We believe in it because it is open source, is flexible, extendible and, if used correctly, has very little in limitations. That said, we believe that the tool being used is not nearly as important as the content and the strategy that is being executed. Squarespace or Webflow might be just what you need for your project and we are open and willing to use those tools of the project requires it.
Frankly, while we liked the behind the scenes meaning of 343 Consulting, it had very little meaning to our work and our clients. The idea of Liminal hones in on the kind of people we work with and the kinds of work we do.
It also happens that our logo now looks better on a t-shirt. 🙂