Dennis Wong’s CreativeMornings activity
For example, type 2 Diabetes didn't exist in children at all a few years ago, and now its growing with a 3.5 annual rate.
This is maybe the first generation of children to have a shorter life expectancy than their parents.
Don't underestimate the power of 'thank you for bringing that to my attention.' I will work on that.
Nobody can give you the identity you want. You have to determine what it is, and you have to validate it yourself.
We have got power! By controlling our environment and lifestyle, we have got the power to control which genes will be expressed, and which genes will be silent!
About 200 years ago, "survival" was a completely different concept!
This is the issue we have to understand, take it on board and actually accept it - yes this is the challenge of our society, but there is so much we can do about it!
We live in a world where "medicine" has become toxic, "food" has become nutritionally depleted and heavily contaminated, and "toxins" are bioaccumulating in the body and passing from generation to generation.
Give people information so that they can take action and make a difference.
I think of taking a risk as an experiment, and there’s lots of different outcomes that you can get from that experiment. Whatever outcome you get, you learn something. There’s wisdom, there’s knowledge, there’s life experience.
Don’t play it safe – take risks. Do something different. Get out in the community and talk to them. Find out what they need, what they want, and do it.
Ideas are pointless if you don’t act on them.
I have found the importance in carving out space for things that don’t necessarily have a clear purpose or an obvious logic.
If you’re trying to create something powerful with a lot of impact, you have to be willing to lean into that discomfort.
Go towards those dark places and be curious about what’s in the shadows because those dark places are ultimately the sources of a lot of real and compelling human expression.
Like with a night sky you stay with it, push past anything you might be afraid of and you see the beauty of all the stars… you stay committed and you push through the struggle and see the beauty in surprising ways.
Michel van Dartel Esthetics in the WIld
Andrea Horan Game
Rogier Wieland Rogier Wieland
Kayvan Khalatbari Committing to Solve a Housing Crisis