…onger dictated by the opinions of an audience. Instead, we’re driven by a love for the work itself. We create what we want to see exist in the world and make art that we’re proud to put our signature on. The work ignites our curiosity and amplifies our sense of adventure, and brings meaning to our life…
or seri…is most needed is awareness about potential solutions. This is where solutions journalism comes in. A solutions angle can be integrated into almost any story or series, even a problem-oriented one. Within a single story, for example, you can first hone in on the problem (briefly, if the problem is well-known) and then spend the rest of the story focusing on how people or organizations are responding to it. Or in a series, you can include a solutions segment as the last part (or two) of an in-depth investigation into a problem. In other words, solutions journalism is one lens through which to view an issue and, when used alongside other lenses, it makes for a fuller and more accurate picture.
This is how you slow down time. This is how you grow. You step into chaos and create simplicity and knowingness. You can get to the point where you can handle chaos that most people would never dream of — because you know you can deal with it, learn it, and own it.
… their lives. It means accepting that what we have will one day fade away — due to death or change. It means recognizing them as other people not responsible for our emotions — or emotional wellbeing. It means managing our own lived experience just as much as we allow them theirs. It is allowing them space to make mistakes, to be imperfect (forever), to have space to live their own lives that are separate from ours.
r activ…librium. In order to maintain balance, all 4 dimensions need to be equally cared for. In principle, this can be achieved by either aligning your activities to contribute to all 4 dimensions simultaneously, or redistributing your time to meet the needs of all 4 separately.