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I stand firm in my belief that if you want peace, work for justice, and that justice is what love looks like in public.
There is no greater delight than something discovered and a love of learning. But, in order to learn something, you have to know that you didn't know it in the first place and really be willing to explore it.
Learning something is really a very humbling experience. It's a lot of feeling stupid and confused. If you don't have the commitment going into it then you will eventually give up.
Learn as much as you can. When you stop learning, that's when it's time to move on.
Whether forced or your own choice, starting over is a chance to do better, be better, and continue to learn.
It's not always focusing on what you're doing wrong, but sometimes it's about focusing on what you're doing right.
With these restarts, you really want to make sure you're mentally prepared for what's ahead of you.
Just go and do stuff.
Let's see what happens - I think it's the best way to go. What would I have to lose?
What is evident to some people is a revelation to others.
I should have invested more in relationships and people...it's not who you know but it's what you get exposed to. Everybody is interesting, everybody has something that you can learn from.
My favourite quote from Howard [Gossage] is that nobody reads ads, people read things that interest them.
If you work in a creative industry, you have to understand there's a difference [between creativity and creating value]. I can come up with the most clever headline known to man but if it doesn't sell, we have a problem...my business is creating value, not being creative.
This is how I see creativity. You have to have a beginner's mindset, even with stuff that you do know, and learn how stuff works.
The more you put in, the more diverse it is...the more rich your output will be.
Whatever you invest in, you'll get something in return.
The idea of it is funny and captured people's imaginations far more than the how well the box was made.
The interaction with the people was an integral part of the work, the performance.
The more creative you try to be, the more creative you will be.
I kind of abandoned craft, or trying to be good at anything, and I just tried to make work that was engaging and interesting, created by any means possible.
I like to say I haven't sold my soul... merely licensed it.
A doodle... is a fun, quick idea.
Doodle doesn't have to be a drawing; it doesn't have to be just an image. It could just be a noise... t's just playing around with something.
Providence (the muse) is attracted to courage.
During this time, you’re focusing on your senses to help you connect with your surroundings and be truly present in the present moment. So, here’s the thing, our culture is a ‘doing’ culture and an active culture, and nature therapy is a receiving practice. It’s not about a doing activity, it about receiving, receiving the healing benefits of nature.