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“You need to find your unique voice if you want to thrive.” – Todd Henry
Alicia Keys. I admire the depth and soulfulness of her music, how she channels pain into positive energy. To me, she is an example of vulnerability and not hiding who you truly are. She encourages me to be comfortable in my own skin and to focus on inner beauty.
Teleportation of the mind.
Spoken word artist, podcaster or undercover agent.
How to do a cartwheel.
How to make a bracing cup of AeroPress coffee.
Sarah’s CreativeMornings activity
We have to be willing to let people enter our space that are not normally in our ecosystem.
It’s really hard to create change when you’re just talking about it.
To live a life of justice, we have to be willing to live a life that’s interrupted.
Charles Lee Little Acts of Justice
I lead with the things that I value.
Paul Willis Paul Willis is Hip Hop
Success is not always defined by the immediate reaction. There’s something we call the rewind factor: what keeps us coming back to make new discoveries.
The consistent metronome is your mission but everyone’s solo’s different.
You cannot have process without flow.
Don’t talk about it – be about it.
Flow defies expectation while staying consistent.
Idris Goodwin Can I Kick It?
Karina Quintans A Muse to Muse
No matter where you come from, if you have a positive mindset and you have a passion and you go full-force, something’s going to come out of it.
In life, you’ve got to feel inspired. You’ve got to have hope. You need a reason to live.
MUSE by Pablo Be Your Own Muse
Anna Bartlett The Power of Knowing Your Muses
A muse is really anything that sparks your creativity: it can be a person, a place or an object.
Drawing makes you stop and really see what’s in front of you, and that makes your life infinitely richer in so many ways.
Creativity is an unending and infinite process, and you have to exist in it. When you do that, you start to recognize, ‘I can be creative all the time, anywhere, wherever I go.’