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The Human Side showcases various creators who share their personal stories of the challenges and triumphs that come with pursuing a non-traditional career path. We highly romanticize the idea of following our dreams and passions, but rarely do we get a glimpse of all the sacrifices and hard work it takes to actually make it happen. I've set myself on a quest to find creators from different types of backgrounds to provide wisdom and shed light on what it's really like to forge your own path.

The Human Side: Jonathan Lee
Interview
Jonathan Lee shares how Michael Jackson influenced his career in the arts, how he confronts fear and the importance of building authentic relationships.
The Human Side: Andrew Eccles
Interview
Andrew Eccles has photographed countless celebrities and worked with many high-profile clients. He shares priceless insight behind how he built his successful career.
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Kindness Sightings

Nice things I've witnessed random humans do for other humans

(Witnessed during my morning commute on the train)
The doors are about to close and random guy #1 keeps the train door open for random guy #2 who is running toward the doors. Guy #2 rushes in and thanks Guy #1 for holding the door for him. Guy #1 says, "No problem, man, that'll be $1.50." They both laugh. The train begins to move and Guy #2 loses his footing. Guy #1 catches him and says, "Op! Gotcha... that one's free."

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