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When you're a craftsmen, mistakes are a part of the creative process.
Part of making is a 70% failure rate.
If you make your drama around your preconceived ideas, then you are creating the barrier.
They said, 'Why is this beautiful woman on the cover of Time magazine?' and then they saw her nose.
Once you get to know someone, we all have darkness and we all have light.
It's the unknown that you fear.
I can't just speak about bravery, I have to speak about fear.
We're all swimming in the same tepid bowl of warm soup.
'It should've been done' doesn't mean that it has been done.
When people speak about web today, we speak about designing experiences.
No one can find other people hidden away in a dark room. You do have to go out there and tell your own story to make these sort of connections.
Find the others. This is the secret.
Trust your instincts. Do the unexpected. Find the others.
it's just so liberating to be able to make anything that you want to make.
Make it up as you go along.
Be the best prepared person in the room.
Make some noise because if you don't say it out loud, chances are you won't get heard.
The convenient 'someday' never comes unless we make it a priority and dedicate the time.
Significant ideas can come when you give yourself time to play.
Embrace the crappy work.
I think we all have this unrealistic expectation that everything we make should be good and perfect even when we're learning something new.
The more different types of hands-on learning that we do, the more we are capable of learning and doing because all of our skills are interconnected.
Making leads to more making.
We have to get rid of things that hold us back from excellence.
Truth be told, I'm afraid of everything.