Let's Share Interesting Stories

Problem-solving stories. Inspirational people stories. New ideas stories. Business growth stories. HansenHouse has been creating and sharing stories for years - writing, photographing, and distributing - to help spread ideas and opportunities.

The sparky photo above? It's from a collection for a client - an accounting firm - that wanted to show and tell more people stories about the businesses it serves. What's your story? I'm curious.

Here's What I Deliver

I started HansenHouse in 2010 to create and tell stories. That's it. I'm proud of the work I did right from the start. And I quickly learned this: It's not about me. I mean I knew that already. But I really learned it in service to several businesses. 

Service is learning and listening and delivering. So here's what I deliver. 

It's Not About Me

My Why Story

Why drives what. Huh?

The reason why you do anything is the determining factor in what you do, and in what the outcome will be. Your why story is interesting, I'm sure of it. You should share that with people.

If you're curious, read my why. 



I've never liked the word "blog." And it's not just about the sound of the word; I have no problem with egg nog. On a website, when I see blog I just don't want to click because I don't know what I'm getting into. It could be a diary, or a travel journal or a collection of ... forget it.

Check out my Curiosities. 

Are You Curious?



It is not the voice that commands the story; it is the ear.

— Italo Calvino, journalist and writer


Just for fun ... do you like books? Check this out. 

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My Own Library

Surely you've heard of Little Free Libraries. Even if you've not seen one in person, these personal book-sharing boxes have popped up in neighborhoods across the U.S. They're quickly becoming an important method of book distribution around the world. I built one, stuck it in my front yard, and have a great time tending it. Here's what I'm reading.