Hit Reset!

The following is a very unique, inspiring, and challenging approach to getting unstuck, designing, and building the more rewarding, exciting, and creative life of your dreams.

What’s your story?

Good times
Bad times

Everybody has a story to tell.

Stories help us make sense of the world.

They make us laugh
They make us cry

Beginning
Middle
End

Stories shape our lives.

Happy
Sad

Peaceful
Nerve-racking

Ordinary
Extraordinary

Stories within stories

Adventure
Romance
Comedy
Thriller
Horror
Drama

Stories in your head.

For better or worse

There’s no going back.
Or changing things.

Would’ve, should’ve, could’ve don’t really matter anymore.

Your past has served you well by making you into the perfectly imperfect person you are now.

For better or worse, you’ve made it to now.

Step 1: Let go of the past.

Rejoice
Forgive
Forget

Let go of your past.

Because it’s time to focus on the never-ending now and all that you hope will follow.

More to come soon!!!

FYI:

The above content on this page is part of my ugly first draft for my upcoming book, Take A Chance: Make Your Ideas Real, about my seven-step creative process:

Step 1: Step Hit Reset!
Step 2: Do Something Exciting!
Step 3: Make Cool Things Every Day!
Step 4: Power Up!
Step 5: Play Out Loud!
Step 6: Thrive!
Step 7: Wash, Rinse & Repeat!

I’m sharing my unfinished work with you because I want to show you that it’s OK not to have everything perfect before you start to make your creative ideas real.

I still have a lot of work to do, but I’m making progress every day.

Click here to get in touch to let me know you are interested in following my progress as I connect all the dots and turn this project into a unique book that you will enjoy!

What to expect next:

Over the next few weeks, the 28th of October – the 12th of November, 2021, I hope to complete my ugly first draft for all seven steps.

In the meantime, please:

Click here to read my blog!
Click here to learn what this website is all about!
Click here to get in touch to let me know what you think about my project!

Thanks!