Notes For Creators

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13 thought bubbles: Spiritual genius, reality molding, bad day/good data, more . . .

1: You are the type you are until you change it.

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2: A quote I took away from the audiobook Change Anything: The New Science of Personal Success:

“Turn a bad day into data.”

The authors ask that you “be the scientist and the experiment.”
To me that means try things. Then learn from the feedback. 

A scientist is keen to learn what is meaningful and what is random. What is effective and what isn’t. 

Don that white robe. Try things and analyze the results. Find what works for you. A bad outcome is merely a data point nudging you away from what is ineffectual.

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3: We are called to create. We are called to service. We are called to express.

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4: I’m stumbling into my spiritual genius. My creative voice too. If I can lurch and fall and find my way, you can too.

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5: Digiphrenia: digitally induced mental chaos

The most important skill in the 21st century is the ability to control your attention.

~ Darren Hardy


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6: I wish for you a benestrophic week

Benestrophe: Many good things happening at once

Thank you Joe Vitale, for introducing me to the term

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7: Some think to put your attention on this world is solidify the illusion. I disagree. This is playground and proving ground. It’s where we learn reality molding.

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8: There are few things worse than others’ expectations for you — when you accept them instead of your own.

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9: In the future the entire sweep from the 16th century to and including our day will be heaped into one overarching term. I propose The Age of Inquiry.

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10: I’m loving the balance of thoughtfulness and peopletude in my life.

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11: You know what’s fun?


When I remember/am reminded that I am living in the mind of God.

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12: Mindfulness . . . merged with the modern western checklist mindset goes a long way . . . 

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13: The world is freaky beautiful! 

Kissing your wife of many years with whom you’re still crazy in love beautiful! 

Blowing bubbles in the air beautiful. Playing with puppies beautiful.

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For you 

Evan Griffith
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