I previously wrote about our leg of the trip that took us up into the tallest spires of castles and down into the depths of mines dark and damp.
We then headed north, to Copenhagen, in the land of the Vikings.
However, in Copenhagen at least, I’d say it’s now the land of the bicycles, where about 30% of the people there travel and commute by bike.
Aside from dodging . . . → Read More: Copenhagen Denmark trip recap: sushi, business, and bicycles
When you wake up in the morning, do you have some sort of plan to guide you through the day? Not a rigid schedule, but a set of heuristics to help your decision making about what to do and what not to do? What about your life—do you have a life strategy?
Most of you probably have your decisions decided for you automatically and you probably rush through the day on autopilot—you have . . . → Read More: Life Strategy and the Power of Now
Today was the first full day at Stonecoast.
The morning started off with a general meeting and orientation for all students by Robin Talbot, including a presentation on the Stonecoast in Ireland program by Ted Deppe.
Next was the first workshop. So. This is the where students get critiqued by the other members of the workshop on their submitted stories. I.e., people you may know and may not know will give you feedback . . . → Read More: A Stonecoast Residency: Day 2