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Rhythms and Toolsfor Creative Work                    @johnchandler               byJohnChandler.com
Two Core AssumptionsCreative work is a reflection of the image of God.Creative work is cultivated by rhythms and practices.
Two Core Assumptions        "The mind is not a vessel to beCreative work is a reflection ofbe kindled."        filled, but a...
Engage Content
Engage     Capture Content     Ideas
Create            ArtifactsEngage                  Capture Content                  Ideas
Create            ArtifactsEngage                  Capture Content                  Ideas           Attend
Create            Artifacts                        Dra                         ftEngage                   Capture Content ...
Create                   Artifacts“We each have to say it, to say it in our own way. Not of our own will, but as it   come...
Create                Artifacts"Be who you are and say what you feel                            Dra                       ...
Create                   Artifacts                               Dra           Ship                                ftEngag...
Create"You are going to Artifacts to give and give                   haveand give and give, or there’s no reason for you t...
Create                     Artifacts“It is his joy to share with us the pleasure     of creating, whether it be making    ...
Rhythms and Toolsfor Creative Work                    @johnchandler               byJohnChandler.com
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Blog post about the workshop available here:
http://www.byjohnchandler.com/2011/08/01/echo-workshop-rhythms-and-tools-for-creative-work/

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  • Who am I?\nfeel free to throw out comments on Twitter -- will engage them in a little bit\n
  • Why are you here?\n--a mess? (not aware of Merlin Mann)\n--or a nerd? (aware of Merlin Mann)\n\nCore Assumptions\n
  • The Loop\nbottom weighted\n\nEngagement vs consumption\n
  • The Loop\nbottom weighted\n\nEngagement vs consumption\n
  • Tasks vs ideas\n
  • in any medium\n
  • movement is more important than stages\n\nAttend -> paying attention, being present\n\njournal, memoir, morning pages\n\naware of both emotions and notions\n\nbut, it is far too easy to navel gaze, to rock back and forth at the bottom\n
  • Drafting is the work that rolls away from the weighted bottom\n\nResistance\n\nFlow State - Now Habit, Neil Fiore\n\nDillard quote\n\nSeuss quote\n
  • Drafting is the work that rolls away from the weighted bottom\n\nResistance\n\nFlow State - Now Habit, Neil Fiore\n\nDillard quote\n\nSeuss quote\n
  • Drafting is the work that rolls away from the weighted bottom\n\nResistance\n\nFlow State - Now Habit, Neil Fiore\n\nDillard quote\n\nSeuss quote\n
  • loop completes as you ship/publish so that others may engage\n\nto create is an act of love\n\nLamott quote\n\nAllender quote\n
  • loop completes as you ship/publish so that others may engage\n\nto create is an act of love\n\nLamott quote\n\nAllender quote\n
  • loop completes as you ship/publish so that others may engage\n\nto create is an act of love\n\nLamott quote\n\nAllender quote\n
  • that offers a framework and helps with some rhythms\n\nQ&A\n\nsome tools / workflows\n
  • Transcript of "Rhythms and Tools for Creative Work"

    1. 1. Rhythms and Toolsfor Creative Work @johnchandler byJohnChandler.com
    2. 2. Two Core AssumptionsCreative work is a reflection of the image of God.Creative work is cultivated by rhythms and practices.
    3. 3. Two Core Assumptions "The mind is not a vessel to beCreative work is a reflection ofbe kindled." filled, but a fire to the image of God. --PlutarchCreative work is cultivated by rhythms and practices.
    4. 4. Engage Content
    5. 5. Engage Capture Content Ideas
    6. 6. Create ArtifactsEngage Capture Content Ideas
    7. 7. Create ArtifactsEngage Capture Content Ideas Attend
    8. 8. Create Artifacts Dra ftEngage Capture Content Ideas Attend
    9. 9. Create Artifacts“We each have to say it, to say it in our own way. Not of our own will, but as it comes out through us. Good or bad, Dra ft great or little: that isn’t what human creation is about. It is that we have totry; to put it down in pigment, or words, or musical notations, or we die.” - Madeleine L’Engle Engage Capture Content Ideas Attend
    10. 10. Create Artifacts"Be who you are and say what you feel Dra ft because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind." - Dr. SeussEngage Capture Content Ideas Attend
    11. 11. Create Artifacts Dra Ship ftEngage Capture Content Ideas Attend
    12. 12. Create"You are going to Artifacts to give and give haveand give and give, or there’s no reason for you to be writing. You have to give from the deepest part of yourself, and Dra Ship you are going to have to go on giving, ftand the giving is going to have to be its own reward. There is no cosmic importance to your getting somethingpublished, but there is in learning to be Engage a giver." Capture Content --Anne Lamott Attend Ideas
    13. 13. Create Artifacts“It is his joy to share with us the pleasure of creating, whether it be making Dra Ship ftmoney, food, a poem, or a birdhouse. It is exhilarating to use the gifts God has given us to bless another person.” --Dan Allender Engage Capture Content Ideas Attend
    14. 14. Rhythms and Toolsfor Creative Work @johnchandler byJohnChandler.com
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