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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
Don’t shy away from hard conversations. It’s only through feeling discomfort that we grow.
Passion and purpose trumps money any day, but a little money would be nice, too.
Stories have the power to change people’s perspectives and ignite change.
Emotional connection is the foundation for empathy.
In telling our stories to the right audience—to an open and empathic audience—we feel validated in our experiences, and we also give others permission to share their own, too.
Domini Marshall Her Words
Jeff The Peff Jeff The Peff
Be kind and stay flossy [transparent]. Give yourself some grace.
Figure out what you need to do to rejuvenate and to slow down. Refresh yourself.
Bek Barkocy Be Kind and Stay Flossy
Greed is a survival mechanism that has served us well as a species but it’s a survival mechanism that doesn’t seem to have an off switch.
Scott Harrison The Story of Charity : Water
Don’t fight your environment, but rather, learn to thrive in the circumstances you’re given.
That’s the true value of creative pursuits: it pushes us to constantly strive for that excellence and well-being.
If water is a necessity for our survival, creativity is a necessity for our souls.
Improving your well-being in a sustainable, holistic manner was the way to go. It had to be a long-term focus—not a short-term focus.
Creativity and well-being are very interconnected.
Immersion in nature was life-changing for my mental health.
Juno Kim The Flow of a Creative Path
Carla Bristol What Would You Rather Be Doing? [Pioneer]