Tag: pragmatic action


The Rubber Meets The Road

Or in this case the rubber meets the ocean! I am passionate about making things real and am especially excited about making things real that have not manifest before or thought possible before. The sweet spot for me is where imagination teams up with skillful action.
 
25+ years in new technology taught me that what we imagine can and does become real and quite effortlessly when we are skilful in identifying and taking the right action. This doesn’t mean that there isn’t hard work – in most cases I would say yes there is (however you define ‘hard’) but it isn’t about hardness. Right action is devotional, the work is the vision, there is sweetness in the conviction of knowing that where you are is also where you are going.
 
In truth everything of real importance to us as individuals. families, communities and as a society is what we make real through the volition of our imaginations. When we operate from the deepest place of truth within us then we hit the motherlode. The story of Jack O’Neill, the man who made the wetsuit famous is a wonderful example. The ocean wasn’t his work – he was a fire extinguisher sales man for goodness sake – it was his saviour…..
 
“When you get all screwed up, and you jump in the ocean,” he was quoted as saying on surfline.com, “everything’s all right again.”
 
All my clients are committed to living from the motherlode, to mastery of imagination and pragmatic action whether that is to create freedom, a life partnership, a book, a baby, a new career, life when life feels pointless, life in the face of death or a life after loss.
 
I am taking on new clients, specifically clients who are passionate about bringing their motherlode to business, expanding service over sales, collaboration over competition, contribution over consumption.
 
If you have a business and you would like to work together to make your vision visceral and real I am offering a free online session to the first 5 people to DM message me with a link to the business they want to amplify.

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