wizards chest archives
I don’t know what happened. Last year I found such flow in writing The Wizard’s Chest each week, and was enjoying connecting with readers through this creative outlet. A few fine folks were even touting it as one of their favorite newsletters to hit their inbox each week,
We often think of stress as related to those things we don't want to do.
This week I've been playing with an idea that keeps popping up in my awareness. The Rule of Thirds. It's the idea that with anything we are experiencing, creating, or doing; perhaps we can reduce our efforts by a third in the name of simplicity and ease. It came to
Have you ever noticed that the things that often provide a sense of peace or contentment are far simpler than the grandiose visions of success that we build up in our minds about our future?
Creating a state of calm and peace as we go about our daily work, free of fear and resistance, is a goal worth pursuing.
I get a healthy amount of email during the day, and it’s important to me to spend a reasonable amount of time over the course of the work week engaged in conversation with people. As much as email has gotten a bad wrap as a time suck, I still
It’s Wednesday morning, 3am and I’ve got Vivaldi’s Spring I recomposition by Max Richter rocking on the airpod pros. Slippers and robe on, coffee brewed, ready to go! Usually I’m still in bed for another hour, or I’m slipping into my first meditation, but today
I’m not going to lie. It’s been a bit of a busy season these past couple of weeks since returning from Costa Rica. This week we wrapped up our unveiling of CTC Circle, hosted our first community kick-off call, and I’ve also been supporting the final phase
I got called out. I woke up this morning to a message from a mentor asking me why I had strayed from a plan that was offered, and that I had wholeheartedly agreed to. I’m a bit of a rebel and I’ve always had a tendency to go
I'm back! Feels good to drop in with you after a bit of a much needed break, and admittedly, some hammock hustling on the side. It's funny how these things go. I haven't taken a peek at my email stats in well over a month, and I'm pleasantly surprised to