I often wear a shirt with the phrase "Make Dope Stuff Every Day." Eso created it - he's a lettering artist from Memphis, TN.
The shirt invites conversation. Multiple times I've been at the grocery store when someone will say, "Nice shirt, what are you making today?" or "What's dope that you're making?"
Make dope stuff every day. It's become one of my mantras.
The phrase is a creative statement that invokes a question - with others and with myself. And it's an accusation to rise to the level of extraordinary.
Question: What are you making today?