Climber slash designer slash developer. Hella gay. http://pronoun.is/she/her ><>
Rocks and websites.
Everyone is inspiring!
I'm an enabler, but in a good way!
Zombie make-up artist.
Current contents of my fridge.
Most efficient method for shelling crab or crawfish.
Trish’s CreativeMornings activity
Whatever field you’re in, you’ve got to find the scariest [makes fun bleeping noise]’ing thing in your area of profession, and then do it. I mean the scariest thing. The thing like “Nguuuh, I better not touch that!” Touch that, grab it, get on it, and then you can go beyond it.
Cathy Deng Q&A with Cathy Deng
Ashanti Branch Taking off our masks
Jamer Hunt Scale
Jeff Veen Design for Disaster
Robyn Kanner Has Your Misery Ever Been a Sight to See?
Kim Swan The power of bread
Cathy Deng Embrace Pure Randomness
Don Reed Go three feet past
You can’t get to the light without first going through the darkness. The only reason you know what light looks like is cause you were first in darkness.
And we’re in this dark time…but the cycle of life, the sun rises everyday and it goes back to darkness. You were born in the light and then you go back to the earth into the dark. After food is done and life is going back to its compostable state, it goes back to the dark. That is the natural cycle, the only thing that can happen after darkness is light. The only thing!
Your tribe are the people who see you as your superhero self, even if you haven't gotten there yet.
We need super extraordinary humans to be able to solve these extraordinary challenges we're currently facing. You can't say that you care about the planet, that you care about your community if you're not being a superhero.
It doesn't matter how much money you have, it doesn't matter how successful you become; if you are not living your mission, you are not happy. You are not fulfilled. You are feeling a void and it's never going to go away if you don't claim your mission.
Zakiya Harris Be Your Own Superhero
Sadie & Rodney Barnette Q&A with Sadie & Rodney Barnette
Gregory Kloehn Q&A with Greg Kloehn
Gregory Kloehn Redefining what a home is
Zakiya Harris Q&A with Zakiya Harris
Sadie & Rodney Barnette Reclaiming History