Freelance Social Media Marketer/eCommerce Manager & Guest Experience Manager for NYC hotel who loves all things creative!... and pizza. I love pizza.
Just saying "NO" to a Krispy Kreme glazed donut.
If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change. - Wayne Dyer
Tower of Terror Cast Member at Walt Disney World Hollywood Studios.
That the guacamole is extra.
How to make a delicious dirty martini.
Arielle’s CreativeMornings activity
Danny Kim From Chaos to Creativity
Jessica Bellamy Seven Ways To Galvanize Your Curiosity
The magic of branding in 2 minutes
Blen Kusmu Finding yourself before finding community
Go for three feet past the finish line and you’ll do better than everybody, every time.
Don Reed Go three feet past
Lulu Miller Catapulting Chance into your Stupid Head
Erika Hall "Stop Writing For the Web"
The New Tropic What Questions Will You Ask?
In many ways, you can learn the most when you have the fewest resources.
In an attention starved world, engagement matters.
You're going to hear a lot about making your business or your project scalable and that's really important, but it's also really important to make things well and make them right on a small scale and test them and prototype.
We really hate the myth of the lone entrepreneur, because it just doesn't exist. There's no solo genius. You have to recognize your support networks and the people who work with you to accomplish a goal.
Start thinking more with your heart and less with your head. Make really big life changes if you need them to be happy.
Culture leads development.
Keep an open mind and learn as much as you can.
Ask yourself, ‘Does this need to be said?’ Is what I'm thinking about saying really need to be said. Then ask yourself, ‘Does this really need to be said right now?’ And then, ‘Does this really need to be said right now by me?’
All I did was go into work every day and be friendly towards people.
There is the first idea, and it can be good, and it can be the one that you go with - but it’s important to keep pushing.
Instead of business leading development, culture leads development.