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Friday, September 17, 2010

BrainStorm

I am morphing a platform for my art. This idea scares the light out of me. It is overwhelming. Do you know the feeling being outside of something and not in it. The trick is: Change the story. Be inside of what you want to do.  I am looking into my mind into where i want to be in the future and it feels far away. Im five years old picturing myself at forty. Between the years wonderful things are happening. I tell myself keep going. Finding the right people and doing the things you want to do is not a paradox. In fact people never cease to amaze me in how much they can overcome at one time. Rise to the occasion. Spend a night on a plateau. Come down to greet someone as they approach. Talk them into cracking  a smile. If need be point them in a small direction. And after an exchange of how far we've come along as being human being watch them walk away waving a hand.

When they are well on their way and out of sight paint a picture or draw a map.

Leaning: Automatic Payment Plan to pay for Cost of Living while saving for Hello Bird
Practice: CAGED Music Theory - Fretboard Logic Workbook
Writing: Black hard bound Journal full of list, ideas, songs. (Vol 2. for bookshelf) Journal Supplier Dakota Arts
Paint: Trees, while listening do different tempos Alexie Murdoch, White Stripes
Reading: Slow Money, intention answering the question, where and what do i want to spend on? And How can we build a better community?
Filling out: ShipIt Workbook By Seth Godin
Future Plan: Website hosting Book and Artwork with Hello Bird Blog
Performance: last on the timeline - Music/Poem + Curriculum, Audience Unknown

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