Post Profile






"Could you describe what the process of working on a new design is like for you? The process is like..."

“ Could you describe what the process of working on a new design is like for you? The process is like falling backwards. You know, psychologists, they say ‘you have to fall backwards into the hands of someone you trust.’ The artistic process is, very much like that. And it’s very scary. That’s why a lot of people won’t do it. Because you have to trust the process, and it can cost you a lot of money, it can cost you a lot of time, it can lead you to very dark alleys.
read more

share

Related Posts


If you don’t design your own life plan, chances are you’ll fall into someone else’s plan.

Lifestyle / Productivity : Lifehack.org

If you don’t design your own life plan, chances are you’ll fall into someone else’s plan. And guess what they... The post If you don’t design your own life plan, chances are you’ll fall into someone else’s plan. appeared first on Li...

EcoFriday: Fight Fall Allergens with This Tiny-Silent Air Purifier (REVIEW)

Health / Pregnancy : Belly Itch

So we are officially into the Fall allergy season and my family are suffering! We live in an official tree city (as designated by the National Arbor Day Foundation) which also means that we are exposed to lots of tree pollen and oth...

Joel Embiid reminds everyone to ‘Trust The Process’ after Ben Simmons’ foot injury

Sports : USAToday: For the Win

Embiid always trusts The Process.

The Neuroscience Of Negative Campaigns

Health : Huffington Post: Healthy Living

Like many of you, I'm just about fed up with all the politics on social media this fall. In my downtime, I often head to Facebook, usually scrolling with one hand while one of my children falls asleep in the other arm. I'm looking f...

An Imagined Conversation With A Leaning Model

Lifestyle / Women's Interest : The Frisky

Me: Did you want to play that trust game? Model: What? What trust game? Me: You know, the one where you fall backwards and have to trust someone to catch you?

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC