Malik Benjamin is the Managing Director of the Institute of Collaborative Innovation LLC, a firm that focuses on interweaving real estate, economic and community development in order to build creative, prosperous cities. He is a 2018 Roddenberry Fellow, 2017 BMe Genius Fellow, and Miami Fellow Class VI. He is a member of a number of local boards including Miami Dade County Art in Public Places and Musuem of Contemporary Art of the African Diaspora.
everything STEAM-E. Science Technology Engineering Arts Mathematics - Entrepreneurship.
marrying individual empowerment with collaboration.
When you've done enough, take a break and give more.
The she who have had to deal with the he for millenia.
Where I've come from and the people who got me here.
How to turn 5 into 360.
Malik’s CreativeMornings activity
The New Tropic What Questions Will You Ask?
Avra Jain MorningRituals
All [my dad] wanted to do was spark the creative process at the dinner table.
What are you better [at] than anybody else you know?
Our brains are actually one of the biggest untapped resources on the planet.
Every single invention has been because of a problem.
Just lay down! It will automatically put your brain into a more relaxed space and help you think of ideas.
We're all powerful. We all have this creative power within us.
I wanted to know how the baker baked bread. I wanted to know the automobile mechanic fixed automobiles. I wanted to know anything.
Keep an open mind and learn as much as you can.
If you are not willing to share yourself, share your gifts, share your talents, you're not going to go very far.
Each and every one of you has a gift. You have a talent.
Nick Gelpi MorningRituals: Nick Gelpi
John Maeda Artists as Leaders
Making leads to more making.
Culture leads development.
Allow yourself the freedom to step away from perfection because it is only then that you can find success.
Start thinking more with your heart and less with your head. Make really big life changes if you need them to be happy.
We need a timeless ideal for a timely application.
Sometimes a beautiful design is not enough to solve a problem.