Relationship between Creator and Content

Quote Evolved Minds discuss Myth; Great Minds discuss Ideas; Average Minds discuss Events; Small Minds discuss People. – Overheard at a Writing Conference in Miami Florida Overview As Content Creators, we get confused about US and OUR CONTENT. We often ask ourselves, am I doing this for ME or the GIG? Don’t blame yourself, how…

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IG_A Historical Look at the Patriarchal Abuse of Women

Overview Today’s Lecture is on an Epic Battle that is coming to a close in our Modern World. The Victim? The Sacred Feminine. The Perpetrator? Patriarchy. And in this lecture, I will detail how Patriarchy’s contempt with the Sacred Feminine drove them to remove her from Nature, from History, and from Herself. I will showcase…

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Story Assets and Methods

Introduction Today’s Lecture goes into Two Storytelling Classes: Assets Methodologies Think of Assets as Things and think of Methodologies as Processes. Assets are “THINGS” you USE in Storytelling (Particle). Methodologies are “Bodies of Standard Practices” you follow in Storytelling (Wave). These terms allow you to navigate the world of Storytelling much easier. I think of…

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Blog 13 - Heroic Journey for Women and Men

Introduction Today’s lecture goes into a simple concept that has been tossed around since it was introduced in 1949. Isn’t it interesting this is around the same time as the Discovery of the Nag Hammadi Library and the Dead Sea Scrolls? Ponder that for awhile . . . okay, let’s move forward. Uncle Joe (Joseph…

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Quote The quest for the Holy Grail is literally the quest to kneel before the bones of Mary Magdalene. A journey to pray at the feet of the outcast one, the sacred feminine. – The Teacher Overview Hello, My name is Robert Langdon and many of you know me from my previous lecture on the…

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Introduction With Visual Learning, there’s no need to argue, debate, engage, banter, or engage in what ifs or “philosophical” exercises. When these circumstances arrive, you simply use one of the Four VL (Visual Learning) Tools: Quantum View The Board The Moral Premise POV (Point of View) In this blog, I’ll discuss the Quantum View (Visual…

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Introduction It’s a simple word. Time. However, we have been segmented by it, tricked by it, negated by it, and inundated with it. Let’s slow down and realize the truth. Time is a concept, nothing more. It’s something that we, as human beings, have created to identify certain phenomenema, certain properties, and certain “realities” of…

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Overview As a Content Creator, you face a great and tough journey. You have ONE PURPOSE, but you have two paths. I’m glad you mentioned it and you’re right, just like in the Hero’s Journey! The Hero’s Journey has two journeys (External and Internal), but that’s a simple idea. Your journey is much more complicated.…

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Quote A picture is worth a thousand words. – Anonymous Introduction You’ve heard the word, but what does it mean What is Visual Learning? Is it a learning style, an industry, a worldview, or pseudoscience? In this blog, we’re going to answer these tough questions and get to the truth. What EXACTLY is Visual Learning?…

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Song – Youtube Link Song Credits Writers Maurice White, Verdine White, Eduardo Del Barrio Artist Earth, Wind, & Fire Length 4:38 Album All ‘N All Release October 15 1977 Accolades #32 – Billboard Hot 100 (USA) #12 – Billboard R&B Singles (USA) #14 – Singles Chart (UK) Grammy Nomination – Best R&B Song Certified Gold…

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The Old World Before the Moral Premise Think of the Moral Premise (MP) as the “SPIRIT” or “BRAIN” of your Story, working behind the scenes to ensure several things happen: All parts are organized correctly All parts are balanced correctly All parts work together as a cohesive whole All parts maintain proper balance at all…

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Events are important to Story Structure and for new writers, placing events is a PAIN POINT. You are told to focus on many things: Characters The Story World The Dilemma The Moral Premise The Acts The Sequences With so much fake news and fake advice, it’s no wonder you’re confused and all over the place.…

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DISCLAIMER: The following is a theoretical conversation designed to prove a point and not promote Ufology in any manner. The Situation I’ve found the best way to explain writing is to go somewhere else and allow the power of metaphor to cross-pollinate the brains of my readers. So today’s brain twister is based on the…

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The greatest and most important problems of life are all fundamentally insoluble. They can never be solved, but only outgrown. – Carl Jung I’m going to help you by shaving wasted years from your life. You’re going to spend a lot of time chasing Story Theorists and Gurus and buying books. And reading. And reading.…

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There are theories all over the net. What is good writing? What is great writing? In our current system of communication, we use language to explain these concepts. And when we explain, we make things worse. So who do we blame? The Teacher or the Student? The Presenter or the Audience? We have to go…

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