The Law of Increasing Flow

The Law of Increasing Flow

We’re all familiar with the law of diminishing returns: After a certain amount of time, the effort expended on a task yields fewer and fewer results. This is as true of creative work as it is of physical labor. And if you keep pushing, eventually both brain and body...
Brand Time Travel: Vision Stories

Brand Time Travel: Vision Stories

What if you could get people as excited about reading your business or development plan as they are about the novel they’ve just ordered from Amazon? We’re all familiar with vision statements – the brief, well-intentioned paragraph that describes a...
The Multitasking Myth

The Multitasking Myth

 (This post was originally written for Resonance Consultancy in October 2012) Multitasking is more destructive than we think. And the best antidote is a practice we perfected when we were two.  We’ve been hearing for a couple of years now that multitasking can reduce...
Creativity and Mindfulness

Creativity and Mindfulness

Novels, J.D. Salinger wrote, grow in the dark. By that, he meant that true creativity comes from the subconscious mind, from allowing ideas time to percolate below our conscious awareness. It’s not just novels, though, that spring forth from the subconscious mind. So...
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