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Recapture the rebel soul you were told to ignore.

Knowing what makes you weird is the best thing you can offer your art, your business, your friends, your family, and yourself. It's the essence of creativity, the stuff of movements, and the hope for humanity. It's time to quit painting by numbers, conforming to patterns, and checking off boxes. It's time to get weird

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What People Are Saying

 
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“Reassuring, moving and practical, this book will help you embrace the magic you've always had.”

Seth Godin: Author, We Are All Weird

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“It’s courageous and wildly creative, giving a voice to the misfit and make believer in us all."

Richard Rohr: Bestselling Author of Falling Upward


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"A roadmap that can help you discover the path to ignoring the normal in favor of the fantastic.”

Jon Acuff: NYT Bestselling Author of Finish

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“A soulful invitation to start imagining again, and along the way, rediscovering who we were actually created to be. What a gift!”

Shauna & Aaron Niequist: Bestselling Authors


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"A gifted poet, CJ and his inspiring book teach us about our gift of weirdness and how it can help minds change and communities heal."

Becca Stevens: Founder of Thistle Farms

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"Whip-smart and full of heart, it is a needed wake-up call, a manifesto by someone who believes in you.”

Brad Montague: NYT Bestselling Author

 
 

Podcast Conversations About the Book

 

Be who you were before the world told you not to

 
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About CJ Casciotta 

CJ Casciotta is a writer, serial media maker, and founder of Ringbeller: an organization that teaches kids creativity & kindness. As a writer and communicator, he's traveled all over the world inspiring communities like Lululemon, The Salvation Army, TEDx, and Charity:Water. As a media director and producer he's collaborated on projects with MGM Studios, The United Nations Foundation, and more. A native New Yorker, he now lives in Nashville with his wife, Kelly, and his two kids, Selah and Mack.

 
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