“I wanted to create a sea of pink.” That was the goal of craftivist Krista Suh, creator of the Pussyhat. Join us for this intimate conversation on the herstory of the Pussyhat, how she tackled her goal to make 1.17 million hats in two months, and how and when she knew it was going to be a REALLY BIG DEAL. Krista walks us through how to break big goals down into small ones to get sh*t done (but also the power of big goals in starting movements), how to handle criticism when your family doesn’t like your big idea and how to decide when your idea is worth pursuing.
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