Parts 1 & 2 of this journey are here, click here to see the long way around and day 1.
A special thank you to Michelle at east coast food stories for 2 Magic Wild photos.
Day 2 started with a bonus activity with Jesse Harrold, the magical wild. This was a chance to have a short meditation experience. We went out outside and sat where we wanted (a sit spot). Most of us were on rocks because it was cold and the dew was heavy. Then we set out to map what you sensed around us. The not so easy task was this was done with our eyes closed. Here’s my map…
You can use words and drawings to map out what you sensed around you. Here’s a photo from when we were finishing up the exercise.
A group photo of the participants in the magic wild.
Then we got down to some extra juicy *Deep Work*. Starting with a keynote by Jesse Harrold. From blog to book (how to unearth your inner author & share your message with the world).
These are keys to start.
This was a very worthwhile experience. I’ve secretly wanted to write about a few key pieces of my journey as a human. This gave me the next swift kick, to help me along.
Find a voice + Nurturing your practice + Nurturing your voice + Practice and you’ll become a safe vessel for creativity.
Have you ever thought of a book as a startup? Intention counts, build community through all stages of creation. No regrets story telling…Authenticity and tiny experiments in authorship tiny shifts, safe to fail *not all things will work at once*, refresh, renew and preserve.
Here’s a chance to set intentions. Keep Toss Create with Tara Jaskowiak.
KEEP doing what works well
TOSS what isn’t working
ACTION steps towards goal
There are many ways to be accountable. Here are a few suggestions: Set it free and wait to see *keep moving*, visuals, accountability partner, write it down and a working group in person.
Then we moved into Exceptional Pressure by Duane Jones of http://www.artpaysme.com
Then the last part of the conference was about integrity & influencers…a hot button topic.
We got lunch to go and off we went, homeward bound.