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Tag Archives: mindset
Out of curiosity and wanting to build on recent posts, I decided to start interviewing people about their process and self-practice. I’m curious to see what are good questions to help a person have insights into their self-practice and process. … Continue reading
Last weekend I attended the Association for Experiential Education West Region‘s Winter Summit at the California Alpine Club on Mt. Tamalpais. What fun groups of people! There are few groups I know that could rival their enthusiasm for life, learning … Continue reading
I’ve been in a bit of a rut with my research recently (being sick doesn’t help I’m sure). When I get in these stuck spots I turn to writing for help. This time my writing took me to the idea … Continue reading
When recently watching James Cameron’s TED talk, I was struck by his parting thought: “Failure is an option, but fear is not.” I starting thinking about all the times I’ve been told “Failure is NOT an option,” and how often … Continue reading
So…it’s 2am and I am on day 2 of my last week of night-shifts. As I work dutifully to keep myself entertained (aka awake), I find myself pondering over the last couple of weeks and the weeks to come. I … Continue reading