Last week I spent a few days in the middle of the woods sleeping in a Yurt. The days were spent masterminding with a business partner and the evenings were filled with Sake and tobacco (as well as dehydrated asparagus… but we won’t talk about that).
Every few weeks I get a feeling like I’m starting to “go through the motions” with my work. It’s not alive and full of purpose, but a kind of mechanical churning of tasks.
When that starts to happen I know it’s time for me to take a step back, reconnect and recenter myself with my purpose and why I do the work I do.… Click to read more
It’s weird how, when I’m asked about how I am able to travel the world while getting my work done on the road, I have to think of something as ordinary as apple trees.
You see, I like apple trees. Here in Austria (where I’m currently living for a couple of weeks), there are myriads of them, both commercial ones and the old, mossy trees in forests, parks and private gardens.… Click to read more