Interview 93- Carey Acquafresca-True

“I don’t believe we as human beings are wired to not be creative. I believe that every human being has a talent. Some will never discover theirs out of fear of failure or some other circumstance. For me, I need a balance of a practical life and earning a good salary, having health benefits for my family, etc… but I also crave being creative. This was missing from my life for a long time. Now that I have it, I don’t want to let it go.”


Carey Acquafresca-True

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Interview 92- Katie Williams

“Don’t hold back from what you love! This is the most important thing. Money matters, but only a little. Work as hard as you need to support yourself and your passion. You will find more joy in doing what you love than you will find anywhere else. Your happiness is vital. Please never stop creating. We are living in a technological age that’s opening endless doors for us creatives. All you have to do is work for what you want and persevere.”

– Katie Williams

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Interview 91- Courtney Romano

“I believe a lot of the world’s problems could be solved by people owning their stories and answering the call in their hearts. When people are living from their authenticity, they make better decisions, are more generous and tend to be a little less anxious. It opens the possibilities right up. If every single person decided to honor their heart-centered will, instead of their ego-centered will, I believe we could heal a lot of the troubles ailing the world. We live in a time where people don’t believe in miracles, we don’t believe in change, we don’t believe we can do better. I think individuals who are tapping into their creativity and honoring their highest self are the change agents of our entire world. Every single person on this planet is creative. It’s just a matter of owning it.”                      

 – Courtney Romano

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