DragonBustR Reader — 007

Ingenuity and the Adventurous… Every week our DragonBustR Reader will provide you with curated links to ponderables and other snackable content. #SCMF

SCMF Musings: This Adventurous Monkey has a Curious Backstory…

They escaped Paris on pair of hastily assembled bicycles with just winter coats, food and water, and their manuscripts which included the tale of an adventurous monkey that would become “Curious George”…

AWSI: Big Kahuna Coffee Beans Require Thinking Beyond the Price…

Peet’s pushed a promo for Big Kahuna beans that also dangled a trip to Hawaii. Learned that “master of the kraft” beans have a hefty price tag. Time for some perspective…

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Chuck Jones on learning and the Ariadne thread… Every week our DragonBustR Reader will provide you with curated links to ponderables and other snackable content. #SCMF

DragonBustR Time! Give Yourself 20 to Start…

A Jedemi Original – Please check it out. Before you can “follow your bliss,” you need to find a way to gain time in your day to read, write and explore. You can start by simply grabbing 20 minutes. Learn more about our DragonBustR technique here.

Dante Essay in the WSJ is full of Ponderables…

The Saturday Essay in The Wall Street Journal was an interesting piece about Dante’s “Divine Comedy” and the impact it had on the author of the 2500+ word piece. The way these essays are written, you need to block a chunk of time because they tend to be lengthy ponderables…. more »

Circling Back: Don’t Forget About Enjoying the Process…

As long as we’re in “circling back around” mode, Joey just reminded me of this video we posted in February of last year. Master Chungliang Al Huang‘s enlightening talk (6-minutes that fly by). Please enjoy and share! ###

Alan Watts: What Would You Do if Money Were No Object?

This is an incredible piece which can easily be viewed during a break (only 3-minutes long). It comes to Jedemi care of Maria Popova and her Brain Pickings site. Quite simply, British philosopher and writer Alan Watts (1915-1973), author of the cult-classic The Way of Zen, provides us with a… more »