Episode 290 of the CMP, a Creativity Matters Podcast
In this episode of the CMP, a couple of mixed metaphors (using a colander and panning for gold) related to the “sifting” process that happens in the new year. It’s an important process of piling all the hopes and wishes and dreams and projects into one container and then sifting to see what remains… what sticks… what fits right now. Hopefully, as you sift, what you are left with is that about which you are most passionate — that which brings you the most joy. How much free will comes to play in the sifting? That is something to think about, but you also exert some control over the process by what you do or do not give time to each day. With a half dozen or more “to do” items on tap for each day, the one or two that you devote time to indicates something important… (if it doesn’t, make sure you are doing the things you most want to do, not simply the one that seems easiest).
The conversation in this show is continued in Episode 291.
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