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bicycle powered elevator

And then there are those moments when your faith in humanity and the internet is restored as you witness something as awesome as the creativity used to make a bicycle powered elevator to get you to a tree house. Thank you Ethan Schlussler of Sandpoint, ID for being awesome. The world appreciates it.

You better hurry up and get going on this project to end your summer right.

More on the project can be found HERE.

bicycle powered elevator

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are you creatively satisfied?

That is the question. And it is shortly followed by this one: is it even possible to be creatively satisfied? For some, it should always be pursued, yet never attained. Others approach their work with a calming contentment that supersedes their results.

Regardless of what your personal stance is the emotions and expressions in this short video say much more than the words. And it is my belief that the important part is that you are asking yourself (and those around you) this question. It causes you to wrestle with the idea and come to your own conclusion.

So… what’s yours?

Creatively Satisfied | The Great Discontent

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