It’s been an incredible experience for Alyestal to use art to help people find their voice, find their words, string together their story and find power in it. She’s a force of nature that is in tune with her why and mission.
Akissi believes that “We don’t have to have all of the answers in front of us, but if you take that first step and a made up mind of saying ‘I don’t know what this journey will look like, but I’m not going to turn around and go back to where I just came from'”
“If you’re at the forefront, don’t just keep going forward, always make sure to check who’s behind you and help in any way that you can”.
– Priscilla Kosseim
“An app in and of itself doesn’t solve problems. You have to think through the problem that you want to solve. And then you dive into user research, talk to people and identify what their pain points are”
– Nina Baliga, CEO and Co-Founder of <div>ersity
“No matter what rooms and spaces you walk into be your authentic self.”
– Courtney Connley
“For people who may feel like they need to look here or talk to this person for the answers. We don’t realize just how much the answers to a lot of questions in life are already in us”.
– Francesca Phillips
“I am FULLY committed to altering the DNA of the next generation”. – Dhouha Haddad.
“I see myself speaking in front of crowds and inspiring people to pursue their own dreams. So I decided to start with one, single thing. One event. Which is essentially a mini-version of the grand vision that I have. I know that if I don’t start with this one thing, then I will never know”. – Mimi Boyer
This talk with Komal Minhas dives into her journey creating multiple businesses, an online news platfom and digital community called kaur.space and living out her mission, which is to: “create and fund work that I wish existed when I was younger”. I got a lot of value from this episode as Komal shares why it’s incredibly important to take care of your health and wellness as you do work that matters.
These are some of the things that I think about.