An inveterate traveller and visual storyteller.
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Travel writer and photographer.
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Shweta’s CreativeMornings activity
What I want to urge you to do is to take a little risk and to open up to your circle of friends and family, and to try and share some of the painful stuff that you’re going through.
Everything that happened in my life came about through people asking the question and exploring 'what if.' We're in a world right now where we can focus a lot on what is. But I want to challenge you in home, in work, in your communities to really explore 'what if'—what if you took the time to leverage your experience, your opportunity, to make communities in this world healthier and better for all.
Point your camera towards the stories that need to be told. Pick up your pen and write the stories that the communities that are most vulnerable and do it with love and dignity and respect.
Light is the beginning and ending of everything that's worthwhile.
I was just 18, I was really young, but I believe that we can create the world that we want to live in, just as we want to see it.
By sharing and being transparent you open yourself to a whole new tribe
You only live once, so, let’s spend more time on the work that matters.
Are you making small changes everyday to get to where you wanna go?
I needed to lose that security blanket. I needed to step outside of the box.
Allow yourself the uncomfortable luxury of changing your mind
Do nothing out of guilt, do nothing for prestige, for money, status or approval alone
Be gracious, be humble, be driven, and be passionate about what you do. That's where the real magic happens.
Step away from the obvious and try something that’s foreign and different, just to see if it works.
Shit get real when you embrace your inner weirdo.
The more you are perceived as an expert, the more likely you will be offered opportunities and jobs at your highest value.
Joy is my powerword, I charge my illustrations with joyfull energy
Make things a little bit uncomfortable for yourself sometimes so that you have to pay more attention.
Being given a chance is different than taking that chance for yourself.
We're not in the industrial economy anymore, we are in the connection economy and connection creates value.
Don't worry about big ideas, keep making stuff. Build little things, build prototypes, make sketches.