Failure can be a learning experience, but only when we’re open to it. Getting past our initial reactions and not giving into fear’s 1-2 punch allows us to grow and get better.
I’ve found myself using the phrase “lean into it” a lot lately. While it was not planned, it has become a welcome addition to our conversations.
2020 has sucked the inspiration out of me. Time to pull those bootstraps.
When people ask me why I decided to start my own studio my standard response is, “because I made a terrible employee”.
As designers we at times have trouble saying, “no”. Amazing projects seem to drop in our laps all the time, but should we always say, “yes”?
You can’t have reward without some measure of risk. As an entrepreneur or small business owner risk has to become a part of the daily trade.
A few reflections from 2017 and some thoughts on 2018.
Looking through the Wayback Machine was a journey of re-discovery, and that discovery got me thinking.
Here we are at version 5 of the site. Wasn’t sure I’d make it.