This week was fantastically busy. Coaching and training both had a nice boom as the year draws closer to a close. For your entertainment here are a few things I experienced in those precious moments off. Read How HelloFresh Makes Home Cooking Easy and Fun … Continue readingJason Mraz, Cooking, Nerds, and a Nilüfer
In preparation for our new improvised fictional podcast entitled “Your Secret’s Safe With Gus” we read through K.M. Weiland’s “Creating Character Arcs” and found a treasure trove of applied theory. She writes about “the lie the character believes” which is an amazing concept. The Change … Continue readingThe Lie We Believe
After weeks of thinking and researching, I have landed on a blogging style that I feel I can feel confident in. My daily writings have mostly happened at the end of the day and have centered around a lesson that I taught, learned, or acted … Continue readingLanding on My Blogging Style
I sat down on Monday of this week in my new office chair provided by my close friend Sherra Bell, and prepared to get in a full day of work. I had coffee on hand, my curtains were open for sunlight, and my sharpie and … Continue readingWhen is an office not an office?
There you stand, looking at the freight train you have allowed to slow to a full stop. You know that you must get it moving again, but all of those hundreds of thousands of pounds of steel seem impossibly immobile. You recognize that the amount … Continue readingGet Things Moving With “The Tiniest Box To Your Peppiest Tune”
I survived a total of sixty days of blogging before I finally hit a day where I had no time, no content, and I failed to post. Writing every day and blogging every day are two different beasts and though I am getting right back … Continue readingChanging Gears to More Intentional Writing
When I moved into my new home a month ago, the former renter had left all of the plants on the property in a sad state. Some were dead, others were overgrown, and some were blooming beautifully from the ends of long, untrimmed branches. This … Continue readingThe Untended Garden and the Unplanted Seed
Sometimes succeeding at something means bringing to light inadequacies in surrounding processes. I found out that my GoDaddy account that I have had and used for many years, is not set up to be able to handle real usability of a blog. The RAM is not … Continue readingTechnical Difficulties for Post #60
Today I hopped on a video chat with Sebastian Ruf, my partner in improv crime over at improvinaction.com to talk about our plans for the next season of our podcast and the troubles I was having with getting in the right head space for Season … Continue readingWhat is your Next Right Thing?
No, the image above is not made of complete gibberish. It is a series of words written in the International Phonetic Alphabet. The symbols represent sounds that spell out “the International Phonetic Alphabet.” The way it works is that if you know how to write … Continue readingThe International Phonetic Alphabet