While at the grocery store the other day ready to check out, I looked from line to line doing my best to figure out which line would be the quickest. I waited anxiously for my turn as I continued to scan the other lines to determine if I had made the “right” choice. Still considering if I should make a last minute change, I began to unload my groceries on the conveyor belt just as the cashier asked for a price check over the store intercom. Frustration and anxiety were my first reactions before realizing there was nothing I could do to change my current situation, but there was something I could do to change my relationship to it. Continue reading “Relating to Life in This Moment by Steve Brodsky”
If there’s one thing I experience on a regular basis at my job, it’s knowing when I’m ‘on’ and when I’m not. But how do I get the creative juices flowing if I’m just not inspired that day? This has been a big question for me throughout my career. At times the innovative spark may be immediately available to me. At other times, I struggle to move an inch in any direction. Over the years, I’ve had a chance to see a few things that greatly impact the amount of creative energy available to me at any given moment.
What happens when I have a deadline coming up, and I need a catalyst to help me finish? Most often, I panic and try to force it. I sometimes sit in front of the computer aimlessly trying this or that, and end up wasting energy. This leads to fatigue and frustration, distancing me further from the energy needed to finish the project. Whether I’m six hours or sixty hours away from a deadline, I have a choice. Continue reading “Navigate Stress to Get to Success—Using Body-Mind Connection to Support Creative Energy By Luna Lacey”