Our curveball once again hacks the show! We got an interesting question from Lee the other day:
Can misidentifying your tribe initially hurt your career/personal projects?
I keep following people who do what I do/what I want to do, but it feels like high school all over again with me not fitting neatly into any cliques. I feel like I must not be understanding what a tribe is, or how to find mine. What if a tribe doesn't exist for someone, they're too.... unusual? :<
If it is like high school, how can we learn from our past experiences to navigate these "tribes" to find the groups where we feel at home?
We build upon this with a tweet from Kazu Kibuishi, who always shares thought-provoking posts:
Spend time preparing for an opportunity & less time looking for one. Nothing worse than getting a chance at something w/out being prepared.— Kazu Kibuishi (@boltcity) March 28, 2013
And this episode features the return of the Lean Into Art Quests! Check out Rob's An A-Team of Your Own, and share your efforts on Twitter with the #liaquest6 tag by April 24, 2013 to have it shown on the next episode.
- Webcomics Weekend
- Krishna Sadasivam
- Darwin Carmichael is Going to Hell
- The Crossover episode 8 - Speaking Up
- The Commonwealth Saga
- David Seah's appearance on the LIA Cast
- Bill Corbett's tweet
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