Oct 5, 2021
How can you tap into your own most significant source of power, your state of mind?
Hussein Al-Baiaty is a business owner and graduate of Portland State University's School of Architecture. In 2016, he launched Refutees, creating graphic tees that expand awareness while donating much-needed items to local and international refugees. Hussein volunteers his time at many events and causes throughout the year, including serving on the Oregon Commission on Asian Pacific Islander Affairs. In 2018, he received the Immigrant of the Year award.
In 2021, Hussein launched The Resilience Club to provide artists and creatives the coaching and accountability they need to excel. He also hosts The Art of Resilience Podcast, uncovering layers of resilience through stories of refugees, immigrants, artists, and community leaders.
In this episode, Hussein tells his
powerful life story. He talks about his father's art and how his
mother tended for his brothers and sisters. He communicates very
vivid stories and messages from his childhood that are profoundly
moving. This was a beautiful conversation around Hussein's ability
to overcome and his ability to be resilient in times of immense
pain. Tune in as we chat about the themes in Hussein's
book, The Art of Resilience.
In this Episode You’ll Learn:
Soul Shifting Quotes:
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