Browsing All posts tagged under »Seth Godin«

Seth Godin’s blog on Civilization

October 13, 2012


I would reblog the Seth Godin blog today, if I could.  So let me link to it instead. This is one of the best blog posts that I’ve  read from him. Seth Godin’s blog on Civilization This is an easy post to read, and gives one of the clearest explanations of why we need more civilization, and […]

A Test of Kickstarter for Writers: Seth Godin’s New Book Launch

June 19, 2012


I had intended to share a post about creating writing retreats today, but  I was so impressed with a Kickstarter launch by Seth Godin yesterday, that I wanted to share this idea with all of you because it could be very useful for financing your next book or creative project. Perhaps most of you are familiar […]

Free Kindle Download of The On-Purpose Person

April 26, 2012


Thought the most useful blog I could offer today is a link to another blog. I just received a blog from Seth Godin, which included a link to a special offer for the The On-Purpose Person: Making Your Life Make Sense by Kevin McCarthy.  The book is normally $20 on Amazon, and it’s free on Kindle through April 28.  […]

The Good Life and the Masters We Serve

March 7, 2012


I am reading Alice Hoffman’s book, The Dovekeepers. It’s a beautifully written historical novel set in the time of the Roman overthrow of the temple in Jerusalem. It’s a wonderful example of a spiritually inspired work of art that tells a story of cycles and patterns and deeper truths. The Dovekeepers fits in well with my recent […]

The Energy of Our Times is Changing

February 1, 2012


On Chinese New Year, I received a fortune cookie that said: Our truest life is when we are in our dreams awake. Both my kids said, “That’s perfect for you since you’re always focused on living your dreams.”  They said this mostly sarcastically, since they both think that I’m kinda crazy and perhaps going through a […]