Join Virtual Studio Day if your life feels like a battleground between what’s Important and what’s Urgent, take a stand. What matters most to you? Name your longings. Choose one. Get it going. Get it done. Katherine Robertson-Pilling (strategic creativity trainer and people like you) for the next online session… Tuesday, July 31th 9:00 AM Pacific | Noon Eastern | 5:00 PM UK | 6:00 PM CET Four hours of power to… – commit to a key goal, take...Read More »
If your life feels like a battleground between what’s Important and what’s Urgent, take a stand. What matters most to you? Name your longings. Choose one. Get it going. Get it done. Join strategic creativity trainer Katherine Robertson-Pilling (and people like you) for the next online session… Tuesday, June 26th 9:00 AM Pacific | Noon Eastern | 5:00 PM UK | 6:00 PM CET Four hours of power to… commit to a key goal take focused action slash...Read More »
Four Common Denominators of the Innovator’s Attitude #3: To Be Disruptive, Steer by your Inner Compass.
The only way to create something that has never been done before is to think what people have never thought before; creating new solutions requires you to see old problems in new ways. But to see what no one else can see is a lonely place to be. So you need an inner compass – a connection to something deeper or higher, a knowing so strong that when the 141st person has rejected your idea you have the will to keep going. Steering by your inner compass. Companionship is a...Read More »
In Part 4 of Your Morning Practice, we’ll look at the fourth and final human system – the Body, the home of your senses and your actions. We’ve looked at the Mind, the Spirit and the Heart in this series so far. Now, we’ll explore in more detail new elements that specifically relate to the body. And I’ll bring together all 10 elements to complete the picture of the perfect morning practice for your personal growth. Your Body and the World: Input / Output Your physical...Read More »
Ignite your imagination. Part two of my four-part series about the Morning Practice, and 10 elements to start your engines for a productive and creative day. I described in my last post the four integrated systems (mind, spirit, heart and body) of every human being and compared them to the systems of a car. While you can get away with periodic maintenance of your car, maintaining yourself is a daily job. Your morning practice is breakfast for the rest of you. In fact, these...Read More »