Living in FLOW

Toronto Harbour casts a spell.

This night Harbourfront was busy with lovers, locals and tourists. At 7:30 p.m. the light was just so and angles seemed to converge in a most perfect way. Lyrical.


Last evening I had the good fortune of dining with an intelligent and self-aware woman, Caroline Faul. We talked of many things, touched on really big, potentially planet-changing concepts and then we came to a topic that is still raw for me. In my 26 years as a communications strategist, my team and I have accomplished great works...sometimes the effort took sheer willpower, muscle, nerve, and sometimes, it even needed a metaphorical mallet and chisel. More recently I have discovered that when supreme effort is required...I am not working in Flow. Living in a state of constant discovery [which comes from seeking knowledge and understanding in a non-linear way], produces a kind of synchronicity that enables Flow to occur.


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