Rahin Virani is a storyteller at heart, a self-improvement fanatic and a sucker for great conversation. He describes his journey to finding fulfillment and shares a few things that helped him along the way.
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BY PRESTON JONES
@ VOL 29
ON MAR 04, 2014
Preston Jones talks about how following the pulse in our lives teaches us just how profound and important our lives are. We all possess a skill set that has the potential to be world-changing, we just have to learn how to use it.
"Presentation of the Day" on March 27, 2014.
Apprenticing: A Path Towards Personal Growth & Fulfillment
Lance Lee has long been an advocate for apprenticing in traditional wooden boatbuilding and is founder of the Apprenticeshops in Maine and Russia and co-founder of Atlantic Challenge International. He believes making, doing, experiencing and apprenticing to a craft leads people towards caring lives governed by practiced rather than professed integrity. Having flunked retirement, Lance is initiating another boatbuilding program in Nobleboro, Maine.
I See, Like a Bird, I Sing
BY SARAH WALLIN
@ VOL 10
ON JUN 06, 2014
Sarah Wallin enjoys diving deep into the multitude of life's mysteries and pondering the meaningful coincidences, or "synchronicities," that occur in life. In her experience, she has found when she lets synchronicity navigate her life, it feels as if her story is unfolding with the logic of a dream. Sarah shares her journey of personal discovery.
My Dear Enemy
BY TUMBURU GAUTAM
@ MSM GOES PECHAKUCHA
ON MAR 17, 2017
Based on eastern philosophy, the concept of non-violence and pardon consists in adding a flavour and humour for enjoyment as well as transmitting a message of tolerance and humanitarianism. Do not judge people from one angle and always see the positive side of things, says Tumburu Gautam. Learn to see your enemy as an source of inspiration for self-improvement.
On Personal Risk-Taking and Courage
BY MICHELLE CLAIRE
@ VOL 1
ON MAR 15, 2018
"Don't give up on your dreams, and give uncertainty a chance."
Michelle Claire shares stories about the risks that she has taken in her life, and that have brought her from San Antonio, Texas, to Washington, D.C. -- everything from white-river rafting, telling her mother she wanted to become an artist, and personal decisions about love and friendship. Speaking on PechaKucha has been on her bucket list for a long time-- and we're glad she took the risk, at PechaKucha Alexandria Vol.1.
Gnarly: broad & weaving growth
BY DAVID MOLESKY
@ VOL 2
ON MAR 01, 2018
A creative that wears many diverse hats, David believes that people can either grow by specializing their skill set or exposing themselves to a wide range of experiences that broaden their skill set.
David Molesky shares his personal philosophy on growth, some of his “growth ring” moments, and the lessons he’s learned on his winding professional journey.
‘What happens in the space we allow for things to happen?’
BY KRISS ZAMMIT ENDRICH
@ VOL 2
ON MAR 01, 2018
Illustrator Kriss Zammit Endrich came from an island world of high pressure academics, art conservation and perfectionism. With her whole life planned out for her by others, Kriss began to feel dissatisfied with the direction of her young life. Making her way through London, and eventually Saskatchewan, she soon began making decisions from a place of passion once again, finding her own artistic voice and realzing sometimes the best things come when the pressure is off.