Category Archives: Explore…

fast to…

I believe each of us can quickly list off the time wasters in our lives, and we can do so with minimal effort! They are an ever present drain on our productive, creative lives. A drain that all of us … Continue reading

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A Review: Fandomfest 2012

I’d have to state that my overall experience at Fandomfest this year deserves about a 7 out of 10. Overall, it was a great experience that provided some much needed information and introductions to some great people! And as always, … Continue reading

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Beginning with Origins…

Starting today we’re going to walk through each question in greater depth. Our first question is one of origin. However, before we dive in there is an important concept that you need to understand about this process. Each question feeds … Continue reading

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5 BIG PICTURE questions

The time has come for five important questions. Before I give them to you, let me restate the importance of sticking to the simple and very general answers. Think of this as the frame of the house. It gives the … Continue reading

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starting with the really, really, really, really big picture – magic!

It is time I made good on a promise to share a series of questions I use as a starting point in developing magical systems. It is these questions that I, and several others, walked through at Midsouthcon 30. Both … Continue reading

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diversity in structure…

Last night we celebrated one of our pastors as he and his family prepare to embark on a new journey elsewhere. As the night progressed a wonderful image began to take shape as accolades were both received and given. Each … Continue reading

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a filling station…

In light of yesterday’s post, I found this quote from Stephen R. Covey quite fitting. “People who are truly effective have the humility and reverence to recognize their own perceptual limitations and to appreciate the rich resources available through interaction … Continue reading

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