Sunday Thought For The Day

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Davina June 27, 2010 at 1:22 am

Wow, Lance.
There is so much value packed into this passage. “Artists don’t care about credit”. Hmm. 🙂 That’s an interesting statement. To some extent, I do care about credit — I have to be honest. But, I also know that caring too much leaves an artist open and vulnerable to seeking approval and defending against criticism. It’s a vicious cycle, because that gets in the way of creativity. I guess there are different ways to see this. An artist also wants to be able to share their work with others and knowing it has been ‘seen’ and appreciated is part of that.

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Joyce of I TAKE OFF THE MASK Blog June 27, 2010 at 1:25 am

Nice Sunday thought to bring inspiration, Lance. I guess there will always be critics, and we shouldn’t let their criticism bring us down. We are all artists, and none can be replaced!
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Joy June 27, 2010 at 1:57 am

Lance,
Not one particular thing stood out to me..I found my self emphatically nodding in agreement with *everything*…so I clicked to Seth’s link–very interesting!! Thank you for introducing me to Seth’s work. Thank you for sharing as you do…Now I have lots to mull over…make sure I’m embracing as best as I can, and working to release that which acts as a barrier to embracing..all while I am honoring my pledge to myself to incorporate Summertime fun into my life:)
Enjoy your Sunday:)

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Lynn June 27, 2010 at 4:01 am

I am not enjoying my work right now and this gives me much food for thought. I’ll check out Seth’s website now.
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Jannie Funster June 27, 2010 at 4:30 am

The more I put in, the more the world gives back — boy, ain’t that the living breathing truth! And the harder I work, the luckier I get.

I found Seth’s blog maybe a year ago and never miss a post.

I found yours maybe 18 months ago and never miss a post.

You both rock the Net.

xo

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Mindfulmimi June 27, 2010 at 6:18 am

Lance,
As you know I am a big fan of Seth and went to see him live in Belgium recently. Although all he says is not really rocket science it seems that people don’t get it yet. You have to do your thing and do it well. Your art, the thing that you have in you. Whether it’s serving people, singing, baking a cake, writing a blog or selling toothbrushes. I try to live by it. I am a linchpin. I am not waiting for others to find me. I do my thing. Because I have to, because I like it, because it’s me.
What a great Sunday thought.
Thanks
Miranda
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Jules - Big Girl Bombshell June 27, 2010 at 7:16 am

I am a BIG fan of Seth..have read several of his books and YES! I agree. Be a linchpin!
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Katie West/The Levity Coach June 27, 2010 at 9:07 am

I heart Seth. He rocks….and I love so much of his maverick perspective. (And I love how short his posts are too ha ha!)
Funny though today…as I read this quote…I was listening to a speaker, Dave Oshana talk about spiritual enlightenment. And they both ring so true.
What I see as Seth’s gift is buoying and boosting the life force each one of us has within us. For me, he is essentially saying, “Get up off to couch and inhabit your body.” And in this way, he powerfully encourages us each to BE here.
And the speaker that was playing while I started to read this is saying, “Get up out of your body and inhabit the idea of spirit.” And in the same though different way the message is the same,
“BE HERE NOW.”
Thank you…with a full day ahead, I will remember the words of both and allowing being to take center stage.
Hugs to you
Katie

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Jody - Fit at 52 June 27, 2010 at 9:30 am

OK, you certainly have me thinking! I will be checking all this out as I have heard of him but not read or seen his site…. Thx, Lance!

“The future depends on choices I make now.” GOT ME THINKING!
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Evita June 27, 2010 at 12:00 pm

Hi Lance

Great stuff! The line that our present choices shape our future, says it all to me!

Happy Sunday!
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Sibyl-alternaview June 27, 2010 at 12:04 pm

Lance: Thank you so much for the Sunday inspiration. That was a really message from Seth. Thanks for passing it along and the jolt of motivation. I really appreciated the line about the more you put into the world, the more it gives back … so powerful. We all need to hear those inspiring messages from time to time.

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Tess The Bold Life June 27, 2010 at 12:47 pm

I like Evita like the line about our choices determining our future. Yet unless I stay conscious and present with my choices I am tempted to mess up my future. I was struggling to give in to a bad habit yesterday and instead made a conscious effort to stay in the present moment and in touch with why I wanted to “disconnect.” Easy line to understand…not so easy to do choice by choice on certain days.

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Karl Staib - Work Happy Now June 27, 2010 at 1:38 pm

I’m a huge fan of Seth Godin. I also have to admit that a lot of my ideas come from him. He thinks in such a unique way that helps a person see the truth of their situation.

We are all afraid of one thing or another, but we can’t let this stop us from doing great work. We have to be honest and and do the stuff that is important to us. That means being a linchpin at work, at home, and with our friends.

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Colleen June 27, 2010 at 2:48 pm

I like Seth, and he makes some great points in Linchpin, however, the premise of his book I disagree with slightly. His premise is that industry the way it has been done is broke and needs replacing, whereas I agree things are broke, but they need to be fixed, not replaced.
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Adrenalynn June 27, 2010 at 3:58 pm

You ARE surprising! Awesome words on a Sunday, thanks so much for sharing a little wisdom – as always.
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Wilma Ham June 27, 2010 at 4:54 pm

I embrace a lack of structure to find a new path. I am doing that right now with how we live in following co-creative science principles with nature. We have been dominated by a status quo that is no longer serving us, we have dominated nature in agriculture in a way that the food we grow is no longer nourishing us. I have left that status quo and am finding a new path. It is lonely sometimes, often scary but most of all exciting and very very promising for entering the stage of a New Earth, Heaven on Earth.
I love Seth, he is authentic and shaking us up.
As always thank you for your sharing, let’s all leave old structures behind that no longer serve us and Sunday is a great day to start a new path with, at least most of us do not have to go to ‘work’, most of us are FREE today :).
xox Wilma

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HappinessandWisdom June 27, 2010 at 7:14 pm

This is very cool stuff. A lot of wisdom contained in such a short post. Thank you for sharing this. My favorite — “I will not be brainwashed into believing in the status quo!”
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Armen Shirvanian June 27, 2010 at 7:27 pm

Hi Lance.

Always moving is a big one. When I am not moving, I lose out on opportunities. There hasn’t been a time where I slowed down and came out okay. It might be smart for me to always have a piece of paper around that says “keep moving” on it. Great things come when you keep moving. It causes people to look at you as though they know you will help them out or create something cool or do a certain job in time.
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suzen June 27, 2010 at 7:49 pm

Hi Lance! This was a WOW! Thank you SO MUCH for featuring Seth – a treasure! Hope your summer is awesome. I’m up at the lake with sporadic on line time – keeping my eyes open for the bear! ha!
hugs
suZen

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Lance June 27, 2010 at 9:32 pm

@Davina – Hi Davina. I very much appreciate your honesty. That idea can really be a challenging one…honestly…to NOT care about credit. I’ll be honest too…I care about credit. Maybe not as much as I used to…but still…it’s not like it has gone completely away. Thank you so much for sharing this…so meaningful.

@Joyce – Hi Joyce. At our core…there is an artist within all of us. That critic is one who can definitetly hold us back…and yet…it doesn’t have to be that way. If we can get beyond any outside criticism (which will always be there), there is a world of beauty that awaits us…

@Joy – Hi Joy. Embracing…our being. Joy, you do this so beautifully! And summertime fun….I really believe that runs in your veins!! Happy Sunday to you, dear friend…

@Lynn – Seth is a wealth of information…and someone who really feels like he speaks from a place of truth. As you let all of this settle in….I hope it brings some clarity for you. Thanks so much for sharing as you do, Lynn. It is so appreciated.

@Jannie – Hey Jannie. As in….life isn’t handed to us on a silver platter. Sure, it might sometimes seem like it is for some people. And still…it’s just not with any depth to it. Jannie…I consider myself one lucky guy…and that’s because YOU are here! You are sweet and amazing…and rock the world!! Big hugs to you, sweet friend…

@Mimi – Hi Miranda. I know! How awesome being able to see Seth in person! And Miranda….watching you as you have evolved since I first got to know you….this has just been a real gift for me! You have shined your artistic colors so amazingly! You ARE doing your thing…and it’s wonderful to see!

@Jules – Hi Jules. YES!!! Be a linchpin!!

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Lance June 27, 2010 at 10:06 pm

@Katie – Hey Katie. I know you are a Seth fan! Okay – and now you are relating this to spiritual enlightenment. Katie….this whole idea of enlightenment is something that has really been with me the last couple of months especially. Now, I will have to check out Dave Oshana (with whom I am not familiar). Oh….and I LOVE that – “Get up off to couch and inhabit your body.” Couple that with the idea of “spirit”…and it’s a beautifully touching thing of “soul meets daily life”…. Big hugs to you, sweet friend…

@Jody – Hi Jody. The great thing about Seth’s writing is that it is clear and concise. I think you’ll enjoy what he shares.

@Evita – That’s a great line. What we do NOW does shape the direction of our future. And along those same lines – it’s also important to remember that what happened in the past is just that – past. What we have is NOW to create the life we desire. And NOW starts right NOW for all of us… Thanks Evita!!

@Sybil – Hi Sybil. We all have the choice of what we put out into the world…even if we think we don’t…we really do – at least to some degree. And that IS a powerful statement! It’s great having you here!!

@Tess – Being conscious of our choices…Tess, that’s such a great point along with this. We can all make choices (and do). Are we making them, fully conscious of what they are and what they mean to us, though? LIVING this…not always easy (I know!). You have really touched upon something so true along with the choices we make…

@Karl – Hi Karl. Seth is very unique…and in that uniqueness, I connect, too. When we are honest with ourselves…really honest…and touch upon all that has meaning and importance to us…what a great place to be…and what a linchpin we become!

@Colleen – Hi Colleen. Ahh….good point. And maybe some things can use replacement, while others just need to be tweaked. It should perhaps never be an all or nothing type of thing. Colleen, I very much am grateful for you stepping up and saying this – sharing what you feel in your heart. That’s the beauty of all of this – this idea that when we connect more in line with our heart – wonderful things happen. That’s what I feel here as I read what you have written – and the conviction with which you speak. Thank you for this…and for making me think more deeply in the process…

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Colleen July 1, 2010 at 7:50 am

Thanks Lance for your reply. Althought I disagree with some of the premise for Seth’s book, I am a big fan. We have 300ish Squidoo lenses, so I’m very familiar with Seth’s writtings. Squidoo is one of Seth’s babies. 🙂
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J.D. Meier June 28, 2010 at 1:03 am

I like how it brings it all together, from the Dip to the Bootstrapper’s Bible to Small is the New Big to Permission Marketing to IdeaVirus, etc. I think the heart of it is the idea that creative results that matter are sticky … and they aren’t easily displaced or replaced or automated or outsourced.
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Barbara Swafford June 28, 2010 at 3:11 am

Hi Lance,

Great find and so is Seth’s blog.

“The future depends on the choices I make now” is what stood out for me. It’s a good reminder to think before acting (or reacting) and to consider the consequences (good or bad).

Have a wonderful week, Lance. 🙂
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Lance June 28, 2010 at 5:28 am

@Adrenalynn – Hey Lynn!! AWESOME having YOU here! Talk about surprising: that time I jumped out from behind the door and scared one of my kiddos… (that’s a bit of a tangent, though…) Seth’s words ARE filled with wisdom….

@Wilma – Hi Wilma. Heaven on Earth…what a wonderful and beautiful thought!! I love that you are embracing a new path…one that resonate with you AND is nourishing to both the body and soul. You are right – there are lonely moments on this path, too. Still, so worth it. So worth connecting to what has deep meaning for us. Much love to you…

@Happiness and Wisdom – Thanks for visiting! Seth shares much wisdom in this manifesto he has created. And – here’s to following our own path…not living by an pre-imposed “status quo”….

@Armen – Hi Armen. Always moving. Good stuff, for sure! And this doesn’t have to mean physically moving…perhaps it’s even more of a mental moving. Keep our brains (and our heart, too) active. And not everything we do will work out – and that’s the mark, anyway, of greatness…trying, failing, trying…succeeding… Keep at it, my friend…

@Suzen – Hi Suzen. Seth is a treasure (…and so are YOU!). Enjoy your moments at the summer cottage…and if you see that bear…get a picture!!! (and be safe!). Big HUGs to YOU!!

@J.D. Meier – Hi J.D. Sticky. Very cool word…especially in the way Seth has used it! And that IS creativity with purpose…shining through.

@Barbara – Hi Barbara. Great to see you…always!! Reacting. Great point. We always (even when we think we don’t) have the option to think (and choose) before responding to something. And our choices…they can make all the difference…

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Cath Lawson June 28, 2010 at 3:52 pm

Hi Lance – I haven’t read the Linchpin yet but I love the idea. Being the artist, instead of focusing on the trivial work gives a greater sense of achievement. So many of the old business models encourage you to pay someone else to be the artist while you manage the system but the world has changed so much – we don’t need to do that anymore. Why pay someone else to be the artist, when we can just outsource the trivial stuff and be the artist ourselves?

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brandi June 28, 2010 at 7:54 pm

LOVE this so much.

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Mama Zen June 29, 2010 at 7:41 am

That is really cool!
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Lance June 29, 2010 at 8:38 am

@Cath – Hi Cath!! Great to see you! Here’s to letting that artist within each of us really shine!! Way awesome!!

@Brandi – Hey Brandi! Thanks!

@Mama Zen – You rock, Kelli!!

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Tim June 29, 2010 at 12:46 pm

Hi Lance:

These are great words of wisdom for all of us, no matter what work/life situation we’re in. I can see a little Tom Peters influence in there too (“The Work Matters”). As someone in transition, these words are a really good guide for me and Seth’s book is next on my list to read. Lance, thanks for starting the week on a great note and for being a linchpin blogger!
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Liara Covert June 29, 2010 at 9:13 pm

Some people sense reality unfolds itself, without any effort by anyone. The moment now exists without any sense of past or future. Energy flows freely unless one chooses to resist. Unconditional love and self-acceptance are innate realities for everyone who chooses to move beyond conditioning, mind and illusion.
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Angelia Sims June 29, 2010 at 9:29 pm

Move, make things happen, be surprised, donate energy and take risks!

What an awesome post of words that DO. I felt the creation stir in my soul. Amazing what words and presentation of them can do to bring about motion. Love it!

🙂
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Audra Krell June 29, 2010 at 10:32 pm

Hi Lance, I’ve been a huge Seth fan for years, it was great to see this post! It struck me how many of these things you are….especially love how you are always in motion! That’s good living and it looks good on you. May you always have the strength and notion to stay in motion!!! I guess I’m a little poet today….

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FatFighterTV June 29, 2010 at 10:33 pm

Man, there’s a lot of stuff in that! “The more I put in, the more the world gives back” – love this!

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Evelyn Lim June 30, 2010 at 12:10 am

Thanks for sharing this!! There is so much power that is packed into The Linchpin Manifesto. I think I need to take some time to digest them all in.
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Hilary June 30, 2010 at 4:06 am

Hi Lance – Seth is an inspiring figure that’s for sure. I had seen his new initiative .. but had not got to look further .. so thanks for posting this here .. if you’re the linchpin for your own passion : it is you who anticipates and leads the pack within that arena.

I love the rule breaking works better and is worth the effort .. and energy is contagious .. and the world will give back. It matters that I’m always moving .. that is so true.

Great to read these words of inspiration today .. Good thought for the day – even if it’s Wednesday! .. to read and inwardly digest .. enjoy what’s left of the week – I know you will .. you live life & that’s wonderful to be a part of .. Hilary
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Lance June 30, 2010 at 5:34 am

@Tim – Hi Tim. Tom Peters! Yep, I hadn’t thought about that, and it DOES feel a bit like him, too (and I love his works, as well). You are awesome, my friend! Thanks!!

@Liara – Hi Liara. Wonderful thoughts! Reality is most definitely in the NOW. And it does unfold…

@Angelia – Hi Angelia. DO! That’s a great word to focus on with what Seth has shared. There are moments that are so worth being still, and then there are moments when action is what is needed. Here’s to making things happen!!

@Audra – Hi Audra. This is so sweet to hear. I mean that very much. I don’t know that I always feel that way, so hearing this is touching (and very meaningful). Thank you, very deeply, for saying all that you have. Audra…your soul is so good. (and I LOVE when you go into poetic mode!) Have an amazing and beautiful day, sweet friend…

@FatFighterTV – Hey Sahar. Seth really packs a wallop, doesn’t he! And I LOVE that line you’ve highlighted too – when we give…we receive…

@Evelyn – Hi Evelyn. We can read this fast…and move on (and we probably miss much of the meaning in here). Letting this really soak in – there is much good in that. Such a good thought!

@Hilary – Hi Hilary. “Energy is contagious”. Very good stuff! And it really IS!! I think about those moments when I’ve been surrounded by people that are buzzing with energy – and how much that inspires energy within me! Hilary, thank you for all of this – and for the spirit of really “being” that you bring to this place…

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Jenn June 30, 2010 at 9:49 am

I like this one:
“Artists don’t care about credit. We care about change.”
catchy,.. very good thoughts to ponder.
have a great day, Lance!
xx
Jenn
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Carla June 30, 2010 at 6:20 pm

Wow, great manifesto! I should find a way to print this out and post it somewhere I can see it first think in the morning. Its far too easy to fall into a pattern of stinking thinking and thinking less of ourselves; that we dont matter – at least it is for me.
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Wendi Kelly-Life's Little Inspirations July 1, 2010 at 8:37 am

Hi Lance,

I loved Linchpin, and I am a huge Seth fan. It’s great to see the manifesto here.

Artists and credit. Hmm. It’s an interesting thought to ponder if we are honest, especially as I am about to launch our first novel, after all, I am not going to write”written by anonymous” so I have to admit that I do care about receiving credit for my work.

I think…maybe what it is, is that I don’t create for the fame or credit, I create because the need to add my value and art into the world is as much a part of me as my need to breathe. I can’t hold it in. It must be expressed one way or another and I can’t be held back by what others think or believe. That just doesn’t fit into the picture.

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Keith Davis July 1, 2010 at 2:02 pm

Not sure what to say Lance
Which little saying to choose?
I’m going to go with “Energy is contagious” or perhaps you will allow me to modify it to Enthusiasm is contagious.
When I coach people to give speeches I say exactly that “Enthusiasm is contagious, if yu aren’t enthusiastic, why should your audience be?”

Also like “The past is gone – it has no power.”
A super set of sayings.
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Jannie Funster July 1, 2010 at 9:59 pm

HI Lancey! Just leaving a comment to see if I’m pulling up correctly on Comment Luv.

testing, testing… in 3, 2,..

Thanks again for this inspiring post.
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Jannie Funster July 1, 2010 at 10:01 pm

Okay, that was 3 posts ago.

So off to update my Comment Luv i go.

Ahhh, technology…
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Lance July 2, 2010 at 5:36 am

@Jenn – Hi Jenn. And there’s that artist in each of us….we just have to let her out…and be open to the possibilities. Jenn, I see this very much in you…

@Carla – Hi Carla. First off…I want you to know…you matter. To me. And it’s so good having you here. More than that, though – I also know what you mean in what you’re saying. I have moments where I’m there too. And it’s not a “good” feeling….when we think less of ourselves. Anyway, Carla…just know that you are a beautiful soul, and you bring much joy into this space…

@Wendi – Hi Wendi. For the record, I’m with you on that idea of wanting some credit for the works I do. And so – I really think you have nailed this – with the idea that we, as the artist we are (and we all are!), do what we do for something greater than recognition. That there’s a deeper reason for it all…for something that we can give to the world. Wonderful, wonderful thoughts! And so good having you here!

@Keith Davis – Hi Keith. Yes, they sure are a super set of sayings!! And what a great thing you teach – our audience definitely picks up on our own energy (and enthusiasm). And I think that also just really shows our connection to what we’re doing (or talking about). Great stuff – and great material you are teaching others!

@Jannie – Hi Jannie!!! Woohoo!!

@Jannie – Hey Jannie! Wow, I haven’t seen you here in like two minutes! It’s great to have you back! Happy Comment Luvin’!!!

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Wendi Kelly-Life's Little Inspirations July 2, 2010 at 7:09 am

Lance- P.S. I noticed that Seth still has his name on his books and blog so I think he would agree with our interpretation of his thoughts…:)

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Jannie Funster July 2, 2010 at 12:20 pm

Okay, let me please use your site as a guinea pig again? 🙂

I think I’ve sucessfully updated my Comment Luv correctly. So… if my Canada Day Poem shows up here as my last post, hear me shouting a bunch of smiling Whoo-hoos, doing the Happy Dance, and wishing you a happy happy July 4th weekend!!

xo
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Lauren July 2, 2010 at 1:49 pm

Me likes it! We all have the opportunity to be artists. To create. We get to put ourselves “in the zone” by maintaining a curiosity toward people and life. Look around. We’re getting to be in a body on planet earth.

A planet where the basis of life seems to be love. At least we have the opportunity to create love. That’s about as exciting as it gets.

Cheers to the artist in us!

Hugs,
Lauren

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Vincent Nguyen July 3, 2010 at 1:36 am

Powerful and poignant post my friend.

How are the “smiling” videos coming along? or have I missed your “smiling” project debut Lance?

“When I was a child, my mother said to me, ‘If you become a soldier, you’ll be a general. If you become a monk you’ll end up as the pope.’ Instead I became a painter and wound up as Picasso.”
—Pablo Picasso—

We are all amazing and wonderful unique Linchpins, hence that is the beauty of it all.

Have an amazing 4th of July weekend my friend.
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Sagan July 3, 2010 at 6:29 pm

Oooh I REALLY like that one.

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Suzie Cheel July 3, 2010 at 8:05 pm

Thanks for sharing this Lance. We have recently got the book and I am about to start reading it and Des keeps telling me I will love it 🙂 I think you and I might just be Linchpins
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Rocky | R O C K O N O V A.COM July 5, 2010 at 12:03 am

wow! this is really good stuff !

“artists don’t care about credit. we care about change”

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Lance July 5, 2010 at 12:36 pm

@Wendi – Hi Wendi. Ha!! Yes, I think Seth WOULD agree with us!! We rock!!!

@Jannie – Hey Jannie! I’m Happy-Dancing with you!! It’s all right!! Woo-Hoo!! Happy 4th, 5th, and 6th of July!!!

@Lauren – Hi Lauren. LOVE. It’s a pretty wonderful thing! And what a beautiful way to create art…with LOVE! And that truly is in all of us!! Big hugs to you, sweet friend…

@Vincent – Hi Vincent. The “SMILE” project…is coming together! We’re still busy getting all the videos combined – and setting them to what will feel like the “right” music. Hopefully later in July or early August it will debut. I’ll let you know when! And yes!! We are all amazing and wonderful linchpins…in our very own unique ways!! So well said!!

@Sagan – Hey Sagan!! Awesomeness…just like YOU!

@Suzie – Hi Suzie! Yes…we ARE linchpins!! Woohoo!

@Rocky – Hi Rocky! Here’s to creating the change we wish to see in this world….

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