Last week, I was heads down preparing the talk I gave at Square Monday. If you were there, hello! This is a resources list, and I’ll be posting here in the coming days to review some of the concepts we covered.
Photo by Etta and Billie, who makes small batch sustainable bath and body products.
SxSW Oral History by Fast Company
My Life List on Go Mighty
Rise of the new geeks: How the outsiders won in the Guardian
Punk Rock is Bullshit by John Roderick
The Empathy Vacuum by Greg Knauss
Tavi Gevinson’s Rookie Mag
Zooey Deschanel’s Hello Giggles
Elizabeth Gilbert’s advice on keeping expenses low
Finding Your Own North Star by Martha Beck
Daring Greatly by Brene Brown
The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz
Phillipa Rice’s Soppy Comic Book series
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4 thoughts on “You Do You, Resources List for My Talk at Square”
Oh man, I am so happy I was able to be there to see you on Monday! It was one of those magical-moment talks where you walk away with your brain just fizzing with possibilities!
And now I’m going to read every last one of these links and books…yay, reading lists! Thanks so much for opening up my life to all these new things…the next seventeen rounds are SO ON ME!!!
I was so envious seeing all the instagram pictures come across my feed. Will they post your talk online? I’d love to see it.
Thanks you guys! I don’t know if they’ll post the talk online, but I’ll write my thoughts up. I keep forgetting to ask for video.
I’m so excited to see my photo from the event! That slide and your “you do you” slide really struck me. We each have our own path to follow and the more we can acknowledge that and stay true to it the better off we and our community will ultimately be. You do You is my new motto for 2014. 🙂