Every new year some words choose me, like a magic spell to be cast on the year ahead. This year’s ensemble showed up as it’s own little poem of truth: Pure Love Innovates. pure This may or may not mean something to you, but I have five planets in Virgo (tho’ my Sun sign is
A friend once asked me if I’d write if I didn’t have an audience. My answer: “nope.” That same week The World’s Strongest Librarian made a comment to me to the affect of, “we write because we need to, right?” It sounded so noble compared to my admission. This got me analyzing my potential narcissism,
View the segment: STOP DOING Lists … Mark Kelley and I talk it up this week.
My What’s Your Stop Doing List? yielded some cheers. And multiple poetic replies. So poetic that it raised my brow. My right eyebrow arches when I’m being scrutinizing in that really helpful keener (potentially annoying) way. All of the psycho-emotional lovely answers that poured in here and on Twitter and Facebook had me surmise that
A straight-talking female entrepreneurial adviser, SEO cracker jack, with a giving heart who knows her value and has a proclivity for fishnets? How could I not be smitten? What I love about Naomi Dunford’s work is that it’s a) incredibly practical and logical, and b) it radiates an intention of “I’m really here to help
I’m starting to map out my creativity intentions for 2010. (I prefer not to use the word “plan” – seems so flat. “Intentions” feels fused with both direction and moxy.) Much is swirling in my DNA. Three new books…maybe five. Concepts with roots. Roots growing concepts. Streams of coin, streams of giving… And white space.
The best of anything and everything. Random fantastic stuff that left an impression on my frontal lobe and softened heart. Do your own list. Do it here if you fancy, we’ve got the time and space. “The Best List Ever, by [insert your name]: Vol. 1. It’ll make you simmer with sweet memories and proof
Click to watch this week’s segment: me bitchin’ about people bitchin’ about being busy.
Have you seen Kelly Diels’ cleavage? It’s deep. She writes with rapier wit and overflowing love, about “everything we all want more of: sex, money, and meaning.” And feminism. And Malcolm Gladwell. Yep. She’s hot. I read everything she writes. EVERYTHING, honey. 1. What’s your super hero name? (You have one. To discover it, stand
Did your headphones come in a sweet case? See a bottle of tea in another country that stood off the shelves? My vote: One Condoms. It’s about time.