con·flu·ence (knfl–ns) n. 1. a. A flowing together of two or more streams. b. The point of juncture of such streams. c. The combined stream formed by this juncture. 2. A gathering, flowing, or meeting together at one juncture or point e·vent (-vnt) n. 1. a. Something that takes place; an occurrence. b. A significant occurrence or happening. See Synonyms at occurrence. c. A social […]Read more "Confluence of Events"
So awhile back, I posted about wanting to start a podcast. The main reason for doing so was to learn how to do it. I’m realizing that it takes quite a bit of work if you’re doing all of the interviewing and the production. It would be nice to just hand that over to someone, […]Read more "Identity as Narrative"
a post about a podcast called the identitySHOW – a space to talk about identity and what you think you know about it.Read more "identitySHOW"
Do you podcast? If you do, I want to talk to you. I want to learn how and start one. I already have this conversation that my friend Jasen Ashdown and I have started. We record a video of us talking about things that we are processing through and learning. We have called it sacredSPACE. […]Read more "A Podcast and a Relaunch"
….can be so scary. At one point, blogging was scary, but this will be my 993rd post. You get used to it. I got used to it. I recorded a video podcast today. It was scary. I have made videos before, but this was our first attempt at it. We’ll see how many we make, […]Read more "Putting Your Stuff Out There"
I heard that phrase today. A girl that I was listening to was talking about the guys that she dates and how she is more attracted to guys that have done their emotional work. It stood out to me. The first question that I asked was – what does that even mean? But then she […]Read more "Emotional Work"
I was listening to the last Media Hacks podcast (and I already posted once about it. click on the link to check out the original media hacks) again today. They made a comment about how blogging is better than a book. They all have written books, and one of them is even a NYTimes Best […]Read more "Blogging is Better than a Book"