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@mikemonteiro dropping serious knowledge on design students at @hikecon #hikecon (at Adobe)

@mikemonteiro dropping serious knowledge on design students at @hikecon #hikecon (at Adobe)

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Vroom vroom πŸš™βœ¨

Vroom vroom πŸš™βœ¨

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If you know what’s good you’ll follow @hikecon on IG. We’re less than 2 weeks away from our first event! πŸŒ±πŸ’•

If you know what’s good you’ll follow @hikecon on IG. We’re less than 2 weeks away from our first event! πŸŒ±πŸ’•

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Delighted to have been interviewed for Workspiration!
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I wrote about Form & Future for the Hike Conference blog, outlining the 2-year-long journey that leads up to what I’m doing now. Running that side project by myself helped me learn a lot about myself and my own capabilities. Partnering with Jason and our board has taught me that we can all do better when we work together.
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Unpacking

Unpacking

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Today I sat on a little red stool and ate bun bo hue at Rice Paper Scissors, now serving lunch at Brick & Mortar Music Hall. A very special midday treat πŸœπŸ’ž

Today I sat on a little red stool and ate bun bo hue at Rice Paper Scissors, now serving lunch at Brick & Mortar Music Hall. A very special midday treat πŸœπŸ’ž

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Just announced Mike Monteiro is joining us at Hike SF: hikecon.com

Just announced Mike Monteiro is joining us at Hike SF: hikecon.com

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β€œWhen you choose to view your stress response as helpful, you create the biology of courage. And when you choose to connect with others under stress, you can create resilience.” What I love about this is our potential to change our minds about stress. There will never be a perfect future where our lives are free of stress. How we think about stress and react to it is healthier and more productive than internalizing it, and pretending it will be better tomorrow.