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 Quest2015 – Day 2

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“What if you could envision how to live your quest in 2015 with the provocative guidance of visionary entrepreneurs, scientists, thought leaders, artists, writers, teachers, and adventurers?”Jeffrey DavisTracking Wonder

Today’s Theme: Serendipity & Awe

Here is the prompt posted for Questers on December 4 courtesy of Jason Silva

In what ways might you artfully curate your life in 2015 to occasion serendipity, creativity and awe?

Ontological designing says: We design our world and the world designs us back.

What are the linguistic and creative choices you can make in 2015 that will in turn act back upon you and transform you?

What follows are personal answers to those questions asked by @JasonSilva.

This post is also an adventure in the spoken word. If you would rather listen than read scroll down to the bottom to hear the rest of the story.

Q: In what ways might I artfully curate my life in 2015 to occasion serendipity, creativity and awe?

I’ll choose to look, listen and feel for more of what makes me smile, laugh and be grateful for within the process and activity of doing and creating.

I will evaluate possible moving parts for a fit with my big vision for 2015 as true curated aspects which fully support instead of relying on pre-existing personal filters that may dilute desired outcomes.

Q: What are the linguistic and creative choices I can make in 2015 that will in turn act back upon me and transform me?

A choice to apply the same artful self curation process to the words I say, hear, write and choose to listen for.

Another choice I’ll make is to expose myself to the work of more artists, creatives and thought leaders with examples from their own experience for actions I might take on my 2015 quest.

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