“For me, creating my own identity came from me saying yes to a lot of things and then slowly getting confident enough to say no.”
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On this episode we discuss:
Calling in sick, NYC vs London [4:00]
I’ve learned to make planning sexy [6:29]
I just don’t want people to have so much access to me [12:05]
If I really want to mean what I say I have to write things down [23:10]
It took me 10 years to figure out who I want to be in the world of design [29:19]
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