A lot of people are very careless with their language. I mean, the words you use can lift up your energy, make you more creative. The words you use either allow you to do world-class things or the words you use deny your talents.
This mastery session is all about why I walk in the woods.
It really got me thinking about people who divorce themselves from the world and go out into the wilderness just to think and just to learn about themselves and just to be.
In this world where so few of us are comfortable being alone, being in the wilderness, in this world where almost everywhere you go there's technology and there's noise and there's complexity. Almost everywhere you go people want to talk, talk, talk, talk. Just imagine what your life would be like as a creative person, as a leader, as a productive person, as a producer, as a human being if you installed a weekly ritual of going for a walk in the woods. To me, it's like a tonic from toxicity.
This mastery session is all about a question I get asked from time to time: "What's the true purpose of life?". Also in this episode, I take you back to my childhood and share some insights I've learned that can be of great use to you.
In this episode I’ll share 7 insights to help you push your capacities and internal limits to the very edge of your external limits. I’m going to walk you through some of the key tactics of game-changers.
In this episode I share with you 6 game-changing insights on how to play at world-class in terms of creativity. Regardless of what you do, whether you’re a bookkeeper or a banker, whether you’re a taxi driver or a hamburger flipper, whether you’re a student or filmmaker, you are a creative. I want you to connect to your creative wellspring that longs to show up fully in the world.
I wanted to let you in “under the kimono” a little bit and share 6 lessons that have been of service to me as I’ve walked through the journey of my life so far. I wanted to offer you some ideas that have really served me well, because I’m just like you, I’m trying to aspire to the top of the mountain over the course of the rest of my life.