Martha Graham, one of the great artists of the twentieth century — Picasso-level stature and influence in her field — entered my life late, in my 30s, when recording Julliard dancers for my art at Lincoln Center. They were perfect … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: March 2011
I’ve written about mindmaps recently and my upcoming creativity talk on April 10. I thought I’d share the draft mindmap I’ve prepared so far for the talk. Freemind lets me export to a flash-based mindmap that you can navigate. You … Continue reading
More updates to this blog’s About page. Check them out. Today I wrote about my inspirations and where to find more on matters relevant to this blog.
This morning put me on the receiving end of someone treating me well in what otherwise would have been a difficult situation, revealing why the advice from my first “How do you decrease stress?” post works so well for me. … Continue reading
I’m speaking on creativity at the next Fred Talk, April 10. Please come! A longtime friend emailed me after she went to the last one (I was out of town) telling me my talk was announced. Fred talks are do-it-yourself … Continue reading
Mindmaps and mindmapping software are awesome! I rarely like using computers for what I can use paper and pencil, but mindmaps and mindmapping software help organize complex ideas better. They’re simple, effective, and, best of all, fun. I can only … Continue reading
I’ve been updating my about page. You can learn more about me there. Expect updates soon.
I confirmed with the New York Academy of Sciences that although they reached the attendance cap for my seminar, which is based on the size of the room, they can make allowances for personal contacts on a space-available basis. If … Continue reading
I also added a couple pictures to the post about my mom running her first marathon at age 66.
I finally posted the pictures for my two-and-a-half year old post on my friend Dave and I swimming across the Hudson River. They’re at the bottom of the post. An awesome day with an badass friend doing rockstar stuff.