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news / opinion 14.03.2017 Words:Stir Crew

Story of Stir, Epilogue

An invitation to Season Three

So why did we share the Story of Stir? There are three main reasons:

First, we wanted to recognise everybody who helped make Stir happen. The Story of Stir is a story of collaboration, and it’s important to remind ourselves of that to make sure we don’t lose our sense of purpose.

Second, we wanted to share what we’ve learnt so that anyone who is structuring a collaborative design process of their own could draw tools and techniques from the story. This is a simple overview, but is also a starting point for something we’ve always wanted to do: Share knowledge and experience. So if you want to know more, or share some experience of your own, get in touch!

Finally, and most importantly, we wanted everyone to know that it is possible to dream big, to stand up for what you believe in, to pursue things you are passionate about and think are important, and to create a meaningful impact in people’s lives. Our journey is still ongoing, but we hope it serves as inspiration for you to start (or continue) your own.

Because Stir Season Three launches on Thursday, April 6th at the You Are Here Festival, and we would love to see your projects, your comments and your votes on the site, so that together we can help a new generation of creative entrepreneurs to pursue the careers they’ve always dreamed of!

#createlocalsupport

 

 

Main article photo by Josh Sellick of End Vision Photography

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