Writing a children’s book, defining creativity, and what it means to pursue the art of good. An interview with children’s book author Jorey Tessier.
A giving experience that shows people the difference they make when they give. An interview with Givesome founder Jay Whitelaw.
We can move from a comfort zone into a capacity zone. Our capacity zone is beyond the brink of our personal limits (and limiting beliefs), it’s past the Shire.
In her memoir “Love Warrior” Glennon Doyle Melton says that pain is like a traveling professor. When pain knocks on the door — wise ones breathe deep and say: “Come in. Sit down with me. And don’t leave until you’ve taught me what I need to know.”
The idea of finite and infinite games comes from the work of James P. Carse and was popularized by Simon Sinek. I’m interested in how to apply the idea of finite and infinite games to how we live our lives.