We asked entrepreneurs, artists, creatives and folks from every walk of life to share stories of kindness with us because we believe that hearing about kindness inspires more kindness. Our world needs more kindness.
So the kindest thing that anyone has ever done for me was probably when I received a lamp from a client. Yes I know it sounds weird and random that it would be a simple table lamp but I know that she was really looking out for me when she gave it to me. Read more>>
The kindest thing anyone has ever done for me was Dr. Maya Angelou saying yes to my podcast interview. I ended up being one of her final interviews before she transitioned. We had the opportunity to discuss the impact of womanhood. She ended the interview by saying “A woman can do anything.” Read more>>
It’s hard to pin point it down to one thing. In this businesses, it’s hard to get a leg up, and who you know can make or break opportunities you’ll have. Before around March of 2018, Hold On Hollywood wasn’t much more than a local rock band trying to make a name for ourselves. Read more>>
In 2010 I was a single momma of a 1 year old little boy. I had mentioned to a friend that I wish I could afford to have photos taken of me and my son together. A few weeks later, a photographer contacted me telling me she wanted to bless me with a free session. Read more>>
I truly believe the kindest thing anyone has ever done for me is buying my work. Every time someone is interested in what I do a profound connection happens and every single time we start talking about the dream world, they understand the images and metaphors I use, something inside of every person that buys my work shines and that is utterly satisfactory, every time it happens I feel I’m doing something of value for the world. Like my pictures are full of happiness and light. Read more>>