thefrendlygathering:

MEET PAIGE - 6.20.14
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Paige Skolnick is the 2014 activities director for the Frendly Gathering. She grew up with big dreams to move to NYC. A few months after Paige graduated college, she landed a job with Joonbug.com, moved into her first NYC pad, and began a 5-year journey of planning and marketing special events, concerts, and high-profile conferences. That journey recently shifted as Paige took a leap of faith and transitioned to working on her own ventures. She says, “I love the one moment of calm you get during an event. It never lasts long but you get to look around and witness this sea of people that you have brought together having possibly one of the best times of their lives.”

thefrendlygathering:

MEET PAIGE - 6.20.14

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Paige Skolnick is the 2014 activities director for the Frendly Gathering. She grew up with big dreams to move to NYC. A few months after Paige graduated college, she landed a job with Joonbug.com, moved into her first NYC pad, and began a 5-year journey of planning and marketing special events, concerts, and high-profile conferences. That journey recently shifted as Paige took a leap of faith and transitioned to working on her own ventures. She says, “I love the one moment of calm you get during an event. It never lasts long but you get to look around and witness this sea of people that you have brought together having possibly one of the best times of their lives.”

Hiccup! 

Hiccup! 

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Bowery & Houston Street Mural, Manhattan

Bowery & Houston Street Mural, Manhattan

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I don’t sleep. I just dream.

I don’t sleep. I just dream.

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Do what you love.
[Photo by Todd Alan Breland]

Do what you love.

[Photo by Todd Alan Breland]

7 Traits That Distinguish Super Successful People From Ordinary Ones

Here are stories of seven of the most successful—and wealthiest—people in the world to illustrate each of those seven principles.

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When I was 5 years old, my mother always told me that happiness was the key to life. When I went to school, they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up. I wrote down ‘happy’. They told me I didn’t understand the assignment, and I told them they didn’t understand life. John Lennon (via michelegiebing)

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