When I designed my schedule for 2014, I did it such that my strategy clients, retreats around the world and mastermind program would conclude on August 1.
I designed it this way so that I would have space and freedom to reflect on what did and did not work, to revisit the insights and breakthroughs that have emerged so far this year, and to envision and lovingly craft what’s next in 2014 and beyond.
This period of reflection and envisioning is both frightening and exhilarating.
There are intense moments of “I don’t know” balanced by an overwhelming sense of “trust yourself, be still and listen.”
The questions I’m reflecting on, and the areas I feel most called to explore, include:
Do I focus on #the100daybook and make it into a beautiful coffee table book or series? Or, do I turn the book into a PDF and give it away for free (as Seth Godin suggests)?
Do I start building the collection of products that I can’t stop thinking about?
Do I work with a media brand to develop a web video series on creativity?
Do I create another mastermind? Or retreat? Or speaking series?
Do I explore different art forms like typography, painting and graffiti art?
Or, do I do some or all of the above, and sequence them thoughtfully, based on the larger vision I’m stepping toward?
With many possible directions, this afternoon I’m walking myself through a “clarity heartstorm,” with this question leading the way: What work makes me feel most powerful, aligned and on purpose?
Because when I am powerfully connected, deeply aligned and on purpose, everything I create exudes love, from start to finish. And in the end, that’s what matters most.
P.S. This question emerged through a chat with lady love @NishaMoodley. Thank you dear one. 🙏
D113. #the100daybook #20questions20days (at DUMBO, Brooklyn)