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What’s The Best Piece of Advice You’ve Ever Received?

We asked the Think Rubix team for some inspiration.

You ever hit the middle of the work week and find yourself staring at your screen, stuck in a bit of a rut, hoping for something to inspire and motivate you to get through all your tasks for the day? We feel you.

At Think Rubix, we start off all our team meetings by checking in on each other, sharing some laughs, and doing some icebreakers to get our heads right. We’re humans, not robots, so we value taking time to lighten the moment and build each other up.

This week, we asked our team to share the best advice they’ve ever received, and the responses were so good, we wanted to share them with y’all for a bit of #FridayMotivation.

“For every situation, learn to adapt and adjust.”

— Ally Washington, Digital Media Fellow

“Do not speak unless your voice adds value to the silence.”

— Dr. Pierce Otlhogile-Gordon, Director of the Equity Innovation Studio

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“Decide what kind of dawg you want to be; Be the thermostat and not the thermometer”

— Chris Mueller, Director of the Storytelling Studio

“Just be kind to others.”

— Charles Chew, Storytelling Associate

Tim Mossholder via Unsplash

“The best lessons are the ones you pay for.”

— Nia McConnell, Project Manager

“Seeds today bear fruits tomorrow.”

— DeJuana Thompson, Principal

Sushobhan Badhai via Unsplash

“What is meant for you, will not pass you by.”

— Rhonna-Rose Akama-Makia, Director of the Engagement Studio

“Be seen serving instead of serving to be seen; patience is not something that you learn, it’s something you practice; character is formed by pressure and polished by friction.”

— Tristan Wilkerson, Managing Principal

Daniele Levis Pelusi via Unsplash

“If someone tells you that you’re too much, tell them to find less.”

— Fiona McCarthy, Equity Innovation Associate

Nick Owuor (astro.nic.visuals) via Unsplash

“Happiness is not the outcome. It’s the journey along the way.”

— Carlisa Simon, Research & Writing Fellow

“How you’re doing anything is how you do everything.”

— Mitch Brooks, Senior Executive Advisor

There’s plenty more wit and wisdom at Think Rubix. Connect with our team today to see how we can inspire you to build a better world.