“My first taste of the New Normal came when I was about 9 years old and I saw someone skateboarding in a movie. At that moment I made the decision that I would ride, and I would ride well. I found an old, used skateboard and practiced in my driveway for hours every day, teaching myself how to ride it and ollie. It was extremely frustrating, with small moments of success mixed in along the way. I persevered, and kept going until I was proficient enough to go out onto the streets and skate. This taught me that anything within reason is possible, but that it comes at a hefty price. In this case: perpetually bruised shins, rolled ankles, cuts, bruises and scratches everywhere. Once I was good enough to skate, that’s when the real fun and expression began.
This simple task of doing something every day that I loved, with passion, was definitely one of the most important experiences of my life. It taught me everything I needed to know about setting goals, sticking to them, and using that as a foundation to go even further. I’ve applied this same practice to golf, snowboarding, surfing, learning languages and building companies. Fail hard, fail often and keep going. The New Normal to me is that anything is possible, with hard work, daily practice and dedication.” — HANAH founder @joeleinhorn
Learn more about The New Normal and HANAH founder Joel Einhorn by visiting the link in our bio (or here: http://bit.ly/2D5vkbm).
I made some posters for a thing that didn't get used but that doesn't make them bad :) these are some detail shots of some poster designs I made for the USU senior graphic design show this April. Swipe left to see the rest -->