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Personal meaning lies at the confluence of your passions and your heartbreak.
What are five things I want to stop doing on social media from now on?
1. Caring what others think of me.
2. Posting before I enjoy the real-life experience.
3. Only showing the shiny, perfect parts of my life.
4. Only showing what's emotionally easier.
5. Only showing what's faster to create.
What are five things I want to start doing on social media from now on?
1. Be as goofy as possible.
2. Create a safe space for others to share and be themselves.
3. Represent all aspects of my life.
4. Challenge audience with thoughtful exercises and essays.
5. Cheer on and support others I admire.
I like to walk with a purpose, to go do something, like walk to get nachos.
Asking questions that are out of the ordinary really cuts deep into their core faster than talking about the weather.
I use social media to get people to comment and share about themselves. I want people to be themselves in a safe environment.
I've never been interested in separating my work from my personal life because my work should involve my personal life as much as possible.
The things that are unusual about you are what make you special.
I want to make the world a happier place. That's my life's purpose.
My whole live I'd been hiding the things that made me different, but those are actually good things. I have these powers that no one else has.
My goal is to go out there and have fun.
I haven't been dancing this whole time because I thought people would judge me. What else have I not been doing?
I've always been a freelancer because I really don't like people telling me what to do.
When I was a kid, the thing I was thinking about most was what is wrong with humans? I was told to wear certain clothes and like certain toys, and it made be feel alone.
I'm not the person the world wants me to be. That's been hard for me to deal with. This is about how I found the courage to be different.
It is not radical hospitality to come in and tell other people what they need to do. It's radical when you let them lead and you get out of the way.
I hope and pray that my inner compass yields to radical hospitality always, even if I get it wrong, because I've seen the richness in my life I wouldn't find anywhere else. And I hope the same for you, and our community too.
Radical hospitality opened my heart and gave me a family, y'all. People I'm not related to by blood, but they're my family.
Walk alongside young people. They really need us.
I define radical hospitality as 'transformational connection through welcome.'
In my lifetime, I've noted a shift away from the sheer thought of engagement and collective humanity, making way for apathy, complacency and even anger, hatred and greed. And I'm kinda sick of it. What about y'all?
Put your energy towards the things that matter instead of the things that you really don’t want to do.
Does what I’m committing to provide value to my participants?
Create your own flow. Don’t emulate.
There's that nasty adage out there that, "those who can't do, teach." And when this guy, who is a Fortune500 CEO tells me, "You should go teach, and oh by the way when I was starting this company I was spending nights teaching young people how to start a business," that was pretty inspiring.
Thanks to its hearing test apps Mimi has created the world’s largest database of digital hearing profiles and is able to undertake extensive modeling on human hearing data from around the globe, providing fascinating insights into how the world hears by region and demographic: The World Hearing Index.
Tim von Klitzing