Category: Dream Warriors

Oct 26

5 Essential Qualities for a Fulfilling Creative Life – The Mission – Medium

I’ve spent more than half a decade immersed in creative projects of various kinds ranging from writing books to hosting a podcast, to…   I’ve spent more than half a decade immersed in creative projects of various kinds ranging from writing books to hosting a podcast, to producing animated shorts and even live events. I’ve …

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Oct 26

6 Daily Habits That Will Help You Become a More Prolific Creator – The Mission – Medium

As Steven Pressfield once said, the difference between a professional and an amateur is in his habits. Being a prolific creator means you… As Steven Pressfield once said, the difference between a professional and an amateur is in his habits. Being a prolific creator means you can’t depend too much on inspiration. As my friend …

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Oct 23

Introducing Dream Warrior Battle Song One

Dream Warrior Battle Song One

Hey feeling down? Not motivated?  Your dream seems like a – well – far off dream?  No worries  mate!  We have just what you need!  Inspiring and motivating Dream Song exclusively for your inner Dream Warrior.  A Cool hand-curated list for your listening motivation!  Prepare to slay the demons and get the job done! Listen …

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Dec 03

Get Back Up!

“We could learn that if the knowledge is given to everyone, then we can have lots of leaders, and soon everyone will be strong, not just the ones that are chosen. Because sometimes, even if you’re the leader and you need to be strong… you can get tired…”

Oct 31

Dr. leaves practice and takes family to surf the world.

Abandoning a successful medical practice, he sought self-fulfillment by taking up the nomadic life of a surfer. But unlike other American searchers like Thoreau or Kerouac, Paskowitz took his wife and nine children along for the ride, all eleven of them living in a 24 foot camper.

Jul 31

Homeless artist paints his way around Seattle

I want to introduce you to an artist in Seattle called Henry Ward. What makes him unique and an inspiration to us all and a true Dream Warrior is his commitment to his work, his art and the expression of it to help others. He was so committed in fact or moved or called, that he was willing to live in his car and work for free.