Debbie Millman

“My first ten years after college were experiments in rejection and despair. I knew that I wanted to do something special but, frankly, I didn’t have the guts to do anything special. When I graduated, I didn’t feel confident enough, optimistic enough, or hopeful enough to believe that I could get what I really wanted. I wasn’t living what I would consider to be my highest self – in fact, I was probably living my most fearful self.”

“My whole life has been one thing leading to another, leading to another, and then another. It has been completely circuitous and mostly unplanned.”

The Great Discontent interview the inspiring Debbie Millman, the polymath behind Design Matters

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Debbie Millman