Less than an hour left in day but I don’t at all plan on leaving at five. Not even minutely. Stay an organize, and more than organize, PLAN. Write the vision, writing more for the business, my business and practice. Consolidating everything. No complaining, no turbulence like yesterday which I let happen. Today walking around Petaluma for new business with department head showed me about voice, approach and wording. What my old wine industry friend said, less is better… less is always better. And he’s a winery owner, one you’d think is always looking for new approaches and new ways of doing things in day to day operations and actuations.
Movement is the principle to be embraced, and consistently practiced. And in simple, singular sets and strokes. And these steps are not really that simple, or one-dimensional. They are loaded with amplifying potential, and life, a sharp vivacity. The department head, Mark, told me to keep doing what I was doing, and remember to just be myself. Talk to people, learn about them, tell them what we’re doing there. Make it enjoyable. Ideas and thinking shapes I already know and enact, but to hear it reiterated by him was elevating, poetically.
Interrupted to tend to another thing. What I’m noticing more about my business life is that you anticipate distraction. Write in sentence of shorter length and sharper connection. Wine after work. Not sure where. Have idea for somewhere new, but not sold. Everything comes back to wine, what I thought and still think walking those vineyard blocks, this morning waking and realizing the Malbec last night didn’t say much. Which is fine, more than fine. That’s instruction, elucidation of my story and character station, not ever allowing moods or some disposition complacent.
Need a walk, some air, a break, or just a walk to have thoughts land on me like curious wings.