Collaborator, peacekeeper, risk-taker. I lead a team of marketing rock stars passionate about telling Omaha’s story. One of my proudest achievements is the role I played in developing We Don’t Coast, a brand for the Omaha region. I am proud to work for an organization that works every day to move our community forward. I am a graduate of the Colorado Institute of Art and Bellevue University.
Details. And saying no.
If it was easy, everyone would do it.
Dave Nelson. His support and kindness to others goes above and beyond.
Kim ’s CreativeMornings activity
To improve commitments, to love them more, feel great about them more, you want to love the work and be flexible with the outcome. And the best way to love the work and be flexible with the outcome is to develop connection and develop perspective. And the way towards connection and the way towards perspective was to let my damn imperfect life right into the front door and ask it to walk me up and to the right. Imperfection creates connection and perspective, creates love of work and flexibility of outcome.
To do game design properly, you should first take the barest idea you have, make it into a prototype that you can play, and get it on the table as soon as possible. Everything else is just talking.
Part of compassion is being able to see things through other people’s eyes.
Where has your time gone? Has it gone toward finding your grind or finding your genius? Or has your time gone consuming and paying attention to other people’s lives or someone else’s genius.
We have to work a lot harder at intentionally building relationships so we can get to know one another – so that we can destroy racial implicit biases we all have.
I told myself I can go either go down this dark road of despair and rely on others for everything or I could take the necessary steps to try to become as independent as possible. I chose not to be a victim of my circumstances. I chose to continue to fight. I may be an underdog, but I am definitely not a quitter.
If you work at it, you’re going to get it. I’m living proof of that.
It’s not a matter of who we are; it’s a matter of who we can be.
“Embrace mystery with all you are in all you do.”