LET'S TAKE A WALK.
I once won the Lunchables Nationwide Contest. The grand prize was $1 million, but I only got $1. I excitedly bought a pack of M&M’s and couldn’t have been happier. Lesson? You gotta have a positive outlook on life because you never know when free chocolate is coming your way.
I believe strategy is about walking in someone else’s shoes. Understanding different world views and finding the insight that connects us - regardless of the shoes we wear - is crucial.
So far, I've worn the professional shoes of a Media Planner and a Strategist.
WHAT I'M READING
WHAT I'M LISTENING TO
WHAT I'M CURRENTLY CURIOUS ABOUT
1. Although food brands are engaging in corporate responsibility by trying to eliminate plastic usage, is banning plastic straws the right way to go? What if we can come up with a way that doesn't exclude individuals who need straws?
2. What steps can I take to encourage self-love in young adults without the feeling of it being stuffed down their throats?
3. How does a meme go viral and how can I make one that does?
4. If I had a list of every book that was read on the train during my daily commute, could I find my new favorite book?
5. Often, we fear simplicity. Letting go of material objects and living life to just live life. Have the bare necessities. Is it really as hard as we make it out to be or could I actually just forget it all and move to a small village in Turkey and be content?
6. What would I notice in the world if I got off my phone on my commute to/from school?
7. What’s the difference between non-racism and anti-racism?