31
May

When to Embrace Distractions

Old-fashioned phoneDo you ever wish people came with remote controls?  You could just sit back, not put forth any effort and turn them off and on at will.

Seems like I start writing and then someone disturbs me with this or that.  I get irritated, because I’m finally about to get into flow.  For a writer, distractions can be like driving a convertible top-down on a sunny day, wind blowing, music blaring…only to hit another red light.  Your inspirational moment collides with another moment.

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17
May

Interview with Autumn Dawn Leader

Autumn Dawn LeaderOne of the cool things about this creative journey I’ve taken is that I’ve come across all kinds of interesting people all over the country and other parts of the world also pursuing their dreams.

I can’t remember exactly where I met Autumn Dawn Leader, perhaps in a random Twitter encounter, but I enjoyed the music when I took the time for a listen.  Autumn is an indie songwriter who is also a worship leader.

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3
May

Embracing The Unknown

Paperwhite Kindle displaying an excerpt of Do The Work by Steven PressfieldEver wonder why innovation seems so difficult for the world to embrace?  A couple years back I was somewhat of a luddite. Rewind to August 5, 2011.  My exact Facebook post:

“Nothing like real books over tech. The feel of opening the book, turning the pages without the worry of expensive equipment being hauled around. And of course there’s the real scent of the paper which bring to mind adventure and other worlds, awesome info, or whatever else the book brings to mind. Yes, it’s true, people still buy, read and enjoy real books. -Josh’s lesson for the day. Amen. “

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