yesterday, i was extremely inspired and on an energy high. all day, i came across this theme of “waking up.” the interconnectedness of every moment was crazy. i wrote this last night while listening to acoustic jams at Rockwood… wake up feel so good feel so good so ride that out wake up feel so right feel so right so live that out moments tell moments are how we feel the...
Constantly looking over our shoulder at what others are doing takes our eyes off...– Egonomics (via bigbags)
While the internet makes it easier than ever to spread ideas, it makes it far...– Seth’s Blog: The power of sync
It also feels surprisingly good to witness the... →
jennydeluxe: via Magic Molly
We are momentum creators. What momentum we create is up to each of us, but it...– Egonomics <-Best book I’ve read in a LONG time. (via bigbags)
I suspect a lot of people aren’t sure what’s the top idea in their...– The Top Idea in Your Mind love this bit of actionable insight from Paul Graham’s essay too.
You can’t directly control where your thoughts drift. If you’re...– The Top Idea in Your Mind great essay by Paul Graham
Sometimes we waste our words and we waste our moments, and we don’t take the...– Clay Evans (via vasta)
The only problems you have left are the perfect ones. The imperfect ones, the...– Seth’s Blog: Getting unstuck: solving the perfect problem love.this.post.
Fraternity of the Wired Works in the Wee Hours By JENNA WORTHAM NEW YORK — After college, most people do their best to avoid having to pull any more all-nighters. But for some, even after graduation, the wee hours of the morning are the most productive. That is what led Amber Lambke and Allan Grinshtein to start a group called the New York Nightowls, a sort of study hall for entrepreneurs,...
writing is closer to thinking than speaking.– joseph joubert
the best and worst part of new york is that within 100 steps of your doorway...– my observations from the last bit of my walk home tonight…
come into this with no idea what you can or cannot do… let your body tell...– wise words from my bikram yoga teacher
the best thing about 750words.com is that it allows for uninhibited, private writing and basically a brain dump of what you’re feeling in that moment. unlike blogging, you have no concern for what anyone else thinks and you truly allow yourself to tap into your inner voice… after checking out the stats on tonight’s writing session, i looked back on what i wrote… i like...