venessa miemis – platform of future
will have to add more later. esp love her videos. and . and.
she’s been a huge influence, for quite a while. first met up with her via Bernd.
from her emergent by design insight, to junto, to contactcon, to future of money, to next edge, to the lab on the east coast – dang …..
absolutely love this insight via twitter..
huge. very. huge.
yeah – just go here:
and ongoing insight..
Venessa Miemis (@VenessaMiemis)
11/18/12 6:51 PM
Sweden runs out of garbage, forced to import from Norway mnn.com/lifestyle/recy… via@brettking
3 Steps For Plotting Your Personal Future In An Uncertain World – Venessa on Fastcoexist:
All too often, we spend our time responding to the latest urgent priority, and forget who we are and what really matters to us.
1. DISCOVER WHO YOU ARE AND WHAT DRIVES YOU.
2. EXPLORE THE POSSIBILITIES
3. CREATE A VISION AND PLAN FOR ACTION
here we are – experimenting with the brain – future platform… ish… as…
when the mind hijacks my flow state
i am temporarily released from participating in the drama of who i think i am and how that person needs to prove their value and worth in the world and what others might think about her.
it doesn’t have an expectation of what the form will be. it just is. it is up to me to receive that energy and then transform it into something, but it can’t be planned in advance. i have to trust that if i let it flow into me and through me, raw and unadulterated by any projections of what it should be, something surprising and novel will happen. and it does, and it is delightful.
the mind, however, doesn’t appear to understand the concept of letting something novel emerge from nothing. the entire notion of nothingness or emptiness terrifies it, because if there is nothing, then it itself will cease to exist. and the mind’s greatest fear is to be irrelevant and to die.
and so it tries to create a situation that necessitates itself.
it’s not flow. it’s posturing.
there’s a pressure to control, to finish something, to be congratulated, to be validated.
the pressure starts waking me up earlier every morning.