I spent the first half of this week attending Christine Kane’s Uplevel Your Purpose retreat. It’s a three-and-a-half day conference of about two hundred people, all of whom were amazing. Just being around this much collective creative energy was awe inspiring. In the first two days, I had formulated half a dozen new goals, filled [...]
If you subscribe to my newsletter, last week I wrote about shifting modes from Office Gypsy to Congruency in a single weekend. The reorganization of my office has upped my productivity by more than fifty percent. The project started because I finally left my ego aside and asked JB for some help. We talked over [...]
When it comes to our creative needs, our brains are wonderful tools, but in addition to the ordered, controlled part of the brain we use every day, we also have to contend with the primitive part, the part that is properly known as the amygdala, but that many refer to as our “lizard brain.”
Life is full of baggage. Like the suitcases I lugged everywhere I went we each drag bags full of unnecessary stuff around with us. You know the kind of baggage I’m talking about: emotional baggage that affects your view of life, the quality of your relationships, and your path forward in your work.