Tag: "writing"

The Joyful Heartbeat Checklist

Posted: April 19, 2012 | By: | 7 Comments

Writing, growing our businesses, or making a difference can all seem more and more overwhelming and elusive in the noisy, hyper-speedy, competitive, and very public world we live and work in.

The worry, confusion, and sheer pushing we do can make us forget that at the heart of our work is our creative spirit.

Yet what happens when we forget (knock, knock) that we ourselves are the joyful, creative heartbeat at the center of our ideas, our projects, and our relationships?

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"Momentum + Completion" Is Magical

“Momentum + Completion” Is Magical

Posted: November 3, 2010 | By: | 0 Comments

I hate–yes, hate–to see projects, and especially people, get stuck. I care. And maybe I’m a bit too attached to the success I want for my clients, authors, and colleagues. Plus, I’m frequently in that stuck place myself. Ha ha. It’s like that saying: We’re drawn to the very things we need ourselves. So, I’ve been spending some time thinking about a sort of Momentum + Completion equation. Here’s how it goes:

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Ready to Pounce?

Ready to Pounce?

Posted: May 3, 2010 | By: | 4 Comments

Writing isn’t always effortful but it is hard. It takes courage to put words, beliefs, characters, theories, one’s identity and “brand” to the page. But the “not doing it,” the “getting ready” part, is often harder than the “doing it.”

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