It’s easy to be inspired, in a world filled to the brim with every type of stimulation imaginable, and with it all so immediately accessible. Ancient poetry, soul food, good music, unforgettable passages from the pages of history, photographs that bring emotion to life and speeches that move you to the core. [Read more…] about World Domination Summit 2.0 and 8 Ways to Take Action on the Inspiration
The most challenging part in returning home from an exhilarating event [insert your dream event here!] is what to do next? How do you take the sensory overload of information and inspiration and channel it to something useful, something original, something meaningful and valuable? How do you apply what you learned to your life? How do you infuse your work and your goals with so much inspiration that you are good to go until next month or even next year or dare I say, indefinitely? What do you do differently? What do you start anew? Where do you push? Where do you let go? [Read more…] about Best Quotes from World Domination Summit – Day 2
What do you take home with you from a once in a lifetime experience? People’s faces? Smells and sounds of the place? Photographs you may have snapped? Goodies they may have given out at the event? Memories of great laughs and greater conversations yet?
All of the above? Definitely all of the above plus one more if you went to the World Domination Summit in Portland: The phrases that left you speechless, the few that made you move to the edge of your seat, the many that gave you a quicker pulse in the chest or in my case, the ones that brought on unplanned tears in the least likely parts. [Read more…] about Best Quotes from World Domination Summit – Day 1
I went on a pilgrimage the first weekend of June 2011.
A pilgrimage is generally defined as a journey in search of great moral or spiritual significance. It is often a path followed by devout and deeply religious people and I am, well, not religious but nonetheless, on a pilgrimage, I went. [Read more…] about The World Domination Summit in Portland – My Pilgrimage