Today’s episode is courtesy of years worth of pondering on the subject of personal style. What it represents… how it’s developed… where it comes from. I take a brief dive into these thoughts and more in today’s podcast show. Additionally, get the scoop on two books I HIGHLY recommend for personal growth and personal style development. Plus, a few quotes to get your week going!
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“You have to be willing to be bad at it in order to be good at it.” – In the Company of Women featuring Mary Going
- Style Statement
- Danielle LaPorte
- The Fire Starter Sessions
- The Desire Map
- Design*Sponge at Home
- In the Company of Women
- Mary Going of Saint Harridan
- Ira Glass on Storytelling