Every year I do something to shake up my thinking. This shaken and stirred adventure almost always cracks open creative juices, new business ideas, and personal growth. This year was especially rich. It wasn’t the 31 movies I watched at the Savannah Film Festival, but the conversations with strangers during the film festival.
Norm Goldman, publisher and editor of Bookpleasures.com, interviews Lois Kelly about her new book, “Naked Hearted: How Bullshit, Parkinson’s and John Lennon Changed My Life.”
This is a story about a personal growth epiphany: trying to hide and trying to stay found.
What can we learn when we get curious about our anger? A story about what I learned from an obsession with an Estonian painting and Stage 3 creative agony.
Recent talk: Patterns and Perils of Badass, Goodhearted Change Agents.