Because I’m a human and my mind is an asshole, I forget it every time.
This is how you write:
I’m excited to share a new post with you all. But first…another video! Thanks to everyone who watched and/or offered feedback. You gave me a nudge to try my hand at another.In this video I tell the origins of the post Start Before You’re Ready and describe how a 2013 talk by Reddit.com co-founder Alexis Ohanian partly inspired it. PLUS, a special surprise for new subscribers…
How’s 2016 treating you? I hope it’s off to a stellar start.
It’s been a couple months since I last reached out, so I wanted to send you an official GiveLiveExplore 2016 “Hello” and catch you up to speed on what I’m up to.
I’ve also recorded little 1 minute video “hello!” for you all. (See: 2016 goals below).
I know, I know––we’re already 1 month into the new year. But the 2015–2016 baton pass wouldn’t feel complete without a debrief on the past year. I wrote a severely detailed reflection on 2015 for myself, but I’ve summarized it in 4 big themes for you below:
Since I began working with Escape The City two years ago to help launch The Escape School I’ve worn many hats, the most recent of which sits snuggly on a rack labeled “Education.” 2015 saw me and a small team in London speak, teach, lead, write, design, and execute workshops, learning, and community experiences that over 3,000 people have participated in. We’re essentially building a modern school for adults.
Norwegian artist Edvard Munch painted almost 1,800 paintings in his 81 years. Yet most of us know him for just one of his creations: The Scream.
In 1988, a small Brazilian publishing house made a single 900-book print run of O Alquimista written by a budding local author, but refused to print any more.