film + video, photography, and stories.
Make sure the person you're with smells good and has nice teeth.
My dad. He dreamed of starting a business, did it, and failed at it. It takes great courage to fail at something you want, learn from your mistakes, and keep going. He also lives out his religious faith with more fun and authenticity than anyone else I've ever met.
A novelist or screenplay writer.
How to fingerspell the alphabet.
Tabitha’s CreativeMornings activity
Carson Brown Carson Brown
When you do collaborate, show recognition and gratitude.
Be the person you want to work with.
Sometimes it matters more what you say "no" to than what you say "yes" to.
It's important to envision the end goal. You can't help others meet their goals unless you have yours clearly defined first.
Clearly, I'm not a shy person but, when it comes to networking, honestly I could like lay in bed and agonize over it. I don't want to do it. It feels really icky to me. But I think that's because maybe we should be thinking of it more as collaboration. Going into these experiences thinking "how can we work together?" "How can we make the whole better for both of us?" It just has a different connotation.
james victore Feck Perfuction
You have to trust that what you have inside you – what you have to say – is of value and people want it. And we can't let our circumstances or other people take it away from us.
The revolution is me. Cause I understand the things that drive me as a human being drive other people as a human being. So, I have freed myself from making shit up.
The more authentic, the more human, the more vulnerable and truthful and honest I can be here, the greater impact it's going to have on you guys.
Put it in the work.
Having a revolution is sexy and attractive. And other people want to be involved in it.
We don't do it for the reward. We don't do it to make people happy. We're not in the people pleasing business...We do it to make ourselves happy.
Revolution doesn't exist. It's you. It's you and what you've got. It's you and your talents.
The revolution isn't something you're going to join. The revolution isn't something you're waiting for an invitation for. The revolution is you.
To be a creative individual takes work. It takes an effort to maintain it.