I just returned from the World Domination Summit in Portland, Oregon. It’s an amazing gathering of people from around the world that are focused on living remarkable lives of community, adventure, and service. My husband and I have attended all three years that the conference has existed, and we’ve already reserved our tickets for next year.
But what I’ve learned from the last two WDS’s is that inspiration fades if you don’t integrate it into your daily life – at least it does for me. So to try to maximize the impact of the conference on my life, I decided to distill my notes into key habits that were actionable. On my long flight back yesterday, I organized 15 pages of notes and discovered that there were six key ideas.
Today, I want to share them with you.
- Set aside time each day to create.
- Embrace some type of creative craft.
- Just ask.
- Get to know yourself.
- Question your counter mind and strengthen your True Mind.
- Make the investment to package your idea well.
Darren Rowse: problogger.net | @problogger
Chase Jarvis: chasejarvis.com | @chasejarvis
Jia Jiang: entresting.com | @jiajiang
Tess Vigeland: tessvigeland.com | @tessvigeland
Gretchin Rubin: happiness-project.com | @gretchenrubin
Donald Miller: storylineblog.com | @donaldmiller
Andrew Warner: mixergy.com | @andrewwarner
Nancy Duarte: duarte.com | @nancyduarte
Steve Schalchin: bonusround.com | @steveschalchin
Bob Moore: bobsredmill.com | @bobs_red_mill
- On Overcoming Rejection with Jia Jiang (Sunday’s habit profile)
- How to Find Your Secret Treasure (my adventure with Storyline)
- Secrets of World Domination (my recap of the 2012 conference)
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