“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.”
Amy Cuddy is a Social psychologist associated with Harvard Business School. Her research supports the idea that holding expansive body postures increase feelings of power.
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!
What a whirlwind 2017 has been so far! Overall, I'm working with a giant handful of creative, brilliant, generous people. I'm incredibly blessed and inspired.
Written and Directed by Rebekah Lane and Kevin G. Becker
Performed at Art in Odd Places - Orlando 2017, Creative City Project: Immerse, 2017, & Orlando Fringe Festival 2018
Hello kind reader,
I have returned to work following a wonderful and rejuvinating holiday. Waiting for Godot was incredible. Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen had a wonderful rapport. They didn't play it as though they were best friends, and I liked the bit of tension that choice generated.
Today I begin rehearsals for the reading at Mad Cow. In case you've forgotten over the holiday, I'm reading Ellen in An Experiment with an Air Pump. I'll be workign with some of my favorite Orlando actors. It's too bad it's only a 4 day engagement!