“Every game is the same. Baos, birds, or bud, you do everything you can up front to get them in a habit, then just don’t do anything to disturb it. Set a pattern, get them into an expectation about how you gonna move, and everybody settles in.” ~Eddie Huang
Yes, Please by Amy Poehler It’s not the best memoir I’ve read, but it did have a few good nuggets: “You have to care about your work but not about the result. You have to care about how good you are and how good you feel, but not about how good people think you […]
From Power She died a famous woman denying her wounds denying her wounds came from the same source as her power ~ Adrienne Rich
This is what unconcious racial bias looks like. You are out for a long run on a Sunday afternoon. You are running on a narrow sidewalk and up ahead are two young women, tall, with long blonde hair walking abreast. They are both looking at their phones. You think they will see you coming but […]
Our memories might live beyond our brains. Crazy, right? Or crazy right.
This is an interesting chart about how history’s most creative people organized their days. Here’s the pattern I see – not many jobs. I wonder if the sleep patterns or creative hours differ by type of creative person – say painter versus writer versus inventor, etc.
“if you treat people badly, it’s a reflection on yourself.” ~ Radical Humaneness of Norway’s Prison