Finding what really matters before it’s our time to leave this earth.

Endings are not always easy. Or even easy to talk about. But in her candid and emotional talk, T opens up about the endings—and beginnings—that have shaped her path as a creative human and entrepreneur and changed her thinking on what really matters before the end.⁣ ⁣ You’ll be buoyed by her spirit, inspired to try new things and emboldened to let go of others.⁣⁣

About the speaker

With a drive for creative businesses and a passion for giving back through her work, T. Ngu is the owner of the jewelry line Upper Metal Class and the founder of Project Object, a retail shop that supports artists and designers works who are women, LGBTQ and POC. T. believes in using her creative skills to benefit organizations/non-profits and the community through fun interactive collaborations and events.

For more than six years, T. has also donated her time as a hospice volunteer, where she’s found herself looking beyond everyday routines, worries, priorities and goals and a little deeper into the bigger picture.

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One of my hospice friends . . . he worked as a truck driver. And he started from the age of 13 and ended his job at the age of 80 because he couldn't drive anymore. If he could drive he'd probably do it 'til his nineties. And he loved the ocean and always wanted to go to Hawaii but he never did it because he worked nearly every day of life until, you know, his body gave out. — T. Ngu

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