“Mason Currey, after studying the habits of nearly 200 of the world’s most prolific inventors and innovators over the ages, found that the single common habit of these great inventors and innovators was walking. As Currey reports, Charles Dickens famously took 3-hour walks every afternoon—and what he observed on them fed directly into his writing.”
I am collaborating with Tisse Mallon and the Elar Institute to bring my Mindful Momentum course to Orlando, FL. I would love to see you there!
I'm so proud to be a part of such a talented creative team. We managed our first stumble-thorugh for "Words We Wear" on Monday night. It was a success. We are still working on transitions between pieces, but it is becoming clear that the work we've done is going to pay off.
I'm officially done writing the piece "Words of my Mother," which is a 3 minute part within "Words We Wear." One of the actors will be under a piece of fabric for the duration of the piece. I'm sewing that fabric together this weekend. You'll have to come see he show to see what it looks like!
I approach each new project with the focus of a high stakes-contract, and the sense of play you'd associate with a game of hide and seek. Creative collaboration is not my hobby; it is my job. I treat is as such. I work hard at it. I love process, but I delight in successful project completion. I focus on finding the balance between the two. Both joy and quality come from this balance.