What’s Next for The Mighty Minds Club? (2 of 3)

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  • Mighty Minds is shifting to a paid community, with a bunch of perks (just scan the headlines, below) for people who want to make and share ‘things to think with’ 🧰
  • There’s a survey I’d LOVE for you to complete! ♥️ [NOTE: If you’re reading this on Medium, I’ll keep this survey open until the end of December 2020]

“The world always seems brighter when you’ve just made something that wasn’t there before.” — Neil Gaiman

  • This 8 second video shared on twitter shows what it is like to simply be. Or, as one person commented: To be “fully present, with no regrets about the past, no dread or anxiety about the future, no sense that [we] ought to be somewhere else or be doing something else, no worry about wasting time — just being, etc.” Enjoy!

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Speaker, educator, and design leader. On a mission to make learning the hard stuff fun, by creating ‘things to think with’ and ‘spaces’ for generative play.

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