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Marketing, real estate, and eating Mexican food.
Keeping my head out of the clouds.
Look at life as "it is what it is".
I admire many, actually too many, so that makes me the paradox that I am. I guess that is what it is, I guess that I need to ask someone that I admire?!
Being able to get everyone's attention.
Flight attendant for an airline.
When I am hungry, which is pretty often.
How to stress out over a little of nothing, but then in the end realize its nothing, then "chill".
Anything with cats or puppies!
Michael’s CreativeMornings activity
If Walmart is doing it, it's done. It's time to move on.
I believe that our best work will come from accepting the reality that it's all dust in the end.
"Working hard isn't just about feeling good about yourself; it's about honoring the people that are depending on you."
Satisfaction is as much a discipline of your mind as it is the reaction to your circumstance.
No matter how successful you become, when your insecurities are the motivation of your work, you will never be satisfied.
Don't chase the glory, work hard, and be satisfied.
[Empathy] does seem to strike a lot of intimidation in people, but I want to share that empathy is not about tears or matching someone's feelings. It's about supporting each other; at the core, empathy is a choice.
At that point I became a global citizen. 'Why India?' is always the question that I get. Why not India? We're all humans and it's important to work together to fight for each other, and fight for each other's human rights.
Empathy has given me much more perspective on pain.
Number 1: Keep your process human-centered. So, remember empathy. Remove judgement and prior assumptions and truly listen.
I think that everything in life is all about experience. You have to go out there and live it.
Dreams require hard work, persistence, determination, and strategy. Are we the creatives willing to fight for our dream?
Our art is as essential to life as food, shelter, and clothing.
When leaders of established cultural institutions fail to adjust their systems to provide access to everyone, it is our responsibility to disrupt the system.
Our stories can not be limited to the space in our museums. We can become street curators taking art places where no museums exist.
Our dream is to create cultural institutions that are as diverse inside as the world outside.