Momina, Mayuri and myself created a happy hour podcast talking about those things that society tells us we love, but we just can’t. Think about us like society’s Yelp review — open, honest, and to be taken with a grain of salt.
Erin Mikail Staples
Arvid wanted to share his journey — and his own writing experience and this became part of his process and his journey. He started with a blog and writing posts and guides about what people were doing.
In order to ensure not only the stability of industries experiencing rapid growth but also the stability of the individuals who planted the seeds for this growth – we must be precise in the language and terminology in how we gather.
Games, gaming communities, and other social means of connecting through play help foster relationships with others — especially for those for whom connection doesn't always come easily.
With the rise of the empathy worker, we must also normalize the rise of caring for our colleagues, friends, and collaborators. Otherwise, we let the systems that have us reaching for connection, empathy, and kindness in the first place win.