Since I made my Twitter account last March, Twitter has helped me a thousand times over. From meeting tons of people to figuring out what is going on in the world, there are so many opportunities to learn and be inspired on the platform. It is a place to learn about the now, and hear transparent and authentic perspectives from people's mind.
Something I do whenever I am stressed is start writing. I write everything down. I dump my brain onto a sheet of words.
We live in a unique and special time in that the barrier to impact, for anyone with internet access, is the lowest it has ever been in history.
What in life is true but not obvious?
That answer changes all the time, but one fascinating to think about.
I think one of the best things you can do early on in your career is build an armada.
Armada is the spanish word for naval fleet. An armada is pretty badass.
Predicting things is generally something most of us humans are bad at. Contrary, most of us think we are pretty good.
The old cliche is that you can learn something from everyone, but in reality, we find ourselves questioning whether or not that can really be true. There must be some people we meet that have nothing new to offer...Right?
At the core of every great project, in my opinion, is an assumption. The best projects have the boldest assumptions.
There are certain things in life that we often avoid thinking about because they make our heads hurt.
For everyone, those "things" are different.
One of my pet peeves is hearing people "advise others" to drop out of school.