Core process

I had five really intense conversations.

You rely on core process when you do that. What is core process? It’s the things you know and intuit are timeless and that you can trust on when you navigate choppy waters or help people do that.

I am very grateful that this is what I get to do.

So as I was going through an archive on an old machine, this stack of books came up. There’s even a prototype of something hidden in plain sight. A lot of them have informed my core process.

Intense does not mean bad or good, by the way. Just intense.

What anchors your work?



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