How many times have you written a magnificent thought on a napkin only to put it in the pocket of a jacket that ends up in the next day’s laundry? Or stepped out of the shower to scribble down the wonderful idea that seemed to emerge from the steaming depths, but now you can’t find where you wrote it? Ideas are fleeting, as Elizabeth Gilbert tells us in her book Big Magic. But fortunately the glorious choreographer Twyla Tharp in her book, The Creative Habit, offers a way to hold onto those precious pieces of awesomeness until we can put it all together. For this morning’s walk, let’s talk about curating ideas.

Talking ideas on the campus of Yale University.

If you’re interested in attending the live October 26 Zoom meeting that I mention in the video, I’d love to see you there!

Here’s the link to register:

Thanks! Be well.