Monday, November 16, 2015

Snapshot 5 - Skyler Buschman

With my interview with Mohammad, after the first question it became pretty apparent that creativity and imagination is an important part of his life. Growing up, he had spent his time becoming "the creative guy" among his group of friends; always being the one to put the creative spin on activities. He thrives on looking at the good and using his experience to get him through his days, and he constantly looks to others and thinks to himself, ways to better himself and how to pursue his dreams. He believed that the biggest roadblock to letting your creativity and imagination flow and doing what you love to do, is the judgment and negativity of others.  But in his experience, he has learned to not let anyone get him down, and to do what he loves no matter what others may think. Boring and predictable does not suit him, he is about taking the boring and giving it life. He is always on the lookout for doorways to brighter, greener pastures because having that mindset, he says, "gives my days a brighter and more welcoming feel."

1 comment:

  1. I agree with him. It's better to not let anyone bring you down because if you did you would never be happy.


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