Writer, storyteller and curator of memories.
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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
I look at the things that helped me build positive feelings about others and about myself. One of the techniques that I use is I write love lists. A love list is kind of like taking an object and finding things to love about it.
You need to love yourself.
One of the ways that I’ve really incorporated courage into my existence is just by convincing myself that I’m a superhero.
Kellylee Evans Exercise Courage in Everyday Life
Being vulnerable really helps other people support your courage.
Your feelings of anger or joy or outrage will be what helps move you into that first action. Remember – courage is just about the first step, and then the next step.
Courage flourishes when you are surrounded by people who make being courageous feel inevitable and easy.
Courage is about moving into uncertainty, and fear is about staying with the known.
Ella Saltmarshe Courage and Bravery
Say yes to things that are challenging and frightening because that's what you'll grow from.
Anxiety has taught me a very, very hard lesson: that if you don't design the life you want, the world will do it for you.
If someone were to make a movie script about your life, would you want to watch it? And if it was a movie, what are the choices you would make? What else would you do differently?
It’s your response to the event that helps determine the outcome.
Erik Rodin Organisational Anxiety
The arts have a way of connecting people and it speaks a universal language that transcends culture.
Music has been a vehicle to bridge generational gaps.
When you use art to face reality, that’s when real change happens.
Chung Lee Chung Lee
If you’re able to find even just the slightest moment in something that moves you, I think there’s a great chance that you’ll move other people.
There is great power in being very specific about what it is you do, and about what it is you do well.