I’ve grown accustomed to trying to do everything myself. For years, I was a design army of one. I liked the level of control doing everything afforded me.
When I decided to take on this project and produce 100 days of writing I tried to be a realist.
I don’t put much stock in concepts like fate, destiny, and luck. Never have. I do, however, find extreme coincidences super interesting. These random bits of weirdity happen constantly, and at times, can admittedly seem quite uncanny.
Today is day 13 in my quest to 100 days of blogging. While I’m only a mere 13% of the way into this journey, this has already been an interesting experience.
Children have the benefit of creating without artistic constraint. It’s wonderful gift. Holding on to it when you get older, that’s the trick.
“I don’t like to read” are some of the most painful words I hear uttered on a semi-regular basis.
Getting to know your partners is important. Long term collaborative or business efforts are, many times, like a marriage.
I love over hearing student conversations when I’m in the classroom. Those moments when a student discovers and connects with a designer, or a technique, or a process is always exhilarating.
The widespread acceptance of design has changed the way we work with clients.
It’s late, but I’ve forced myself to get up, write this post, and to take action on my awareness. Thank you Seth Godin.