This interview first appeared on Successilism on Mar 21, 2013
Jess is an Intentional Designer. She calls herself as such because she helps people design lives, homes, and businesses with intention.
I stumbled upon Jess’s website when I was searching for women who had found success pursuing their passion. I realized that I’ve been interviewing a lot of guys lately, and I needed to raise the women’s flag since I am one. (Go feminism!) Anyway, aside from being a fellow designer, what I find amazing with Jess is the fact that she helps other people find their own success the same way she did with hers.
This interview first appeared on Successilism on Feb 26, 2013
Greg Hartle is one of the people I look up to when it comes to pursuing passion in order to live a more meaningful life. After an illness that almost killed him, Greg had decided to rise up and live life to fullest, which only goes to show that it’s not too late for anyone to live life the way we want it. You can read his inspiring journey at http://tenlap.com/journey/, but for the meantime, I present to you, Greg Hartle.
This interview first appeared on Successilism on Jan 12, 2013
I’m always excited to hear about other people’s success stories, especially if they’re from fellow artist. I mean, I love anything that involves creativity, and being able to live your life with it and succeeding at the same time is just… awesome.
I first heard about Jen and Omar as I was reading Chris Guillebeau’s, The $100 Startup. I decided to check them out thinking, what’s so cool about their maps?! Then as I’ve visited their website, I was just blown away!
This interview first appeared on Successilism on Oct 30, 2012
The first thing you’ll notice as you visit Mars Dorian’s website is the kick-ass display of graphic illustrations. I was lucky enough to have him here for an interview to talk about his success with helping people stand out online while doing the things he love.
This interview first appeared on Successilism on Oct 14, 2012
He travels the world every 4 months and lets his readers decide his next destination. He only owns 51 things (as of writing this) in the whole wide world and aside from being a full time traveler, he’s also an author, a designer and an entrepreneur. How cool is that?