March 2013 Roundup: Charging toward the New York Times Bestseller List and not getting there + Dream Shrinkage + Do you compare your pain to others’?
Month: March 2012
Some books are transmissions of energy. There’s something ineffable beyond the words themselves, and you know that you’re getting a download as you connect with the text. Dying To Me by Anita Moorjani is one of those incredible books.
more excitement, more often = way more to be excited about.
The cosmos doesn’t measure sweat + hours for reward. The cosmos deals in the currencies of joy and satisfaction.åç
It’s a bird! It’s a dame! What’s your soul handle, your stage name, the moniker of distilled truth that reminds you that you’re big as your best self? What’s your superhero name?
Loss brings out our truest self. And while natural grace doesn’t come naturally to all of us — especially when we lose — it can be cultivated…
The creative process of having an idea, putting that idea into a medium: a bound book, a film, a seminar, an app and giving that to as many people as possible, is as much a sport as it is an art.
When someone has the good sense and conviction to stop doing what’s not working for them, well, it calls for a national holiday. The brilliance of simplification needs to be celebrated! It often goes like this…
I love Pecha Kucha events — 20 slides at only 20 seconds each to talk about your current inspiration. Here we go — rapid fire style….
February 2013 Roundup: You’re down to the last minutes, poised + ready to go after months of planning and jamming, when suddenly… you want to throw up. Embrace the potential genius of the last-minute knowings.
Usually we want to do more of what got us to where we are. Familiarity, best practices, proven techniques. But the future craves more daring from us. What boat do you need to burn?…