Imagine a cacophony of good souls who lean in to conversations with deep curiousity which always ends with them asking how they can help (very much the opposite of most events). That’s HATCH!
Packed with people who you want to be when you grow up and cradled by the genuinely brilliant folks at 320 Ranch, this four day event is how the world should be: challenging, creative, inspiring, friendly, dangerous, open, vulnerable, adventurous.
Was humbled to be invited back (last years review) and also present a piece on the wisdom thinking I’ve been exploring (more to follow on that in the next couple of weeks).
Deep waist bows to Yarrow and the HATCH14 team for their energy / effort in crafting an experience so that hearts and minds can relate and add value to each others lives.
Personally and through tears and laughter, here’s what I’ve learned:
- Kindness—the only way to live;
- Listen—the fastest way to connect, learn and show you care;
- Create—a body of work so your talent catches up with your taste (see Ira Glass On Storytelling).
INSIDE JOKE: no Rugrats / ferrets this year.