I have two blog sites. One is about music or lyric or storytelling relevant to rhythmic music and this one.
As I was blogging over on the other site just a bit ago I wondered to myself what is the best creative separatist approach to the two boxes of thinking. Would the best approach be to blog switch one after another or wait a while in regards to posting.
Following my intuition at the same time wondering how this is at all relevant to collaboration or be helpful in getting people to know me I figure when you are a creator and you need a creative separatist mindset it is good to periodically look at a couple of things of at the same time or chronologically quick to train my brain to have awareness of overview as well as focus. This also allows to have to think critically and conscious of both boxes of thinking.
So I guess collaborator skill wise I understand some foundation elements of multi-tasking.
I have always said someday I’m going to create something so big it will take forever to convey as I gave up on the reality of people understanding… So I thought, you know, I’m going to be the one to enact creation sort of thing. Well you can’t do it without people supply and you better figure out how to come down off your high-horse is what I now know. Be aware, dream, imagine, imagineer but understand people can and do understand too. That’s the first step to becoming relatable I hope. I need to simplify and focus “Pitch”. Complication is usually foolish and annoying to others are maybe some lessons for myself from this blog.
I’m am always a working on a project sort of guy but I want to be a just finishing up on a project or slated for work what’s next project type of guy. You know get the nose out of current project, look up, adjust, think, don’t lose total focus on current project and still delegate self in a more simplified manner way more sensible not over logical to all.
Michael Lee Burris
“I will never stop driving a creative revolutionary wheel of desire and determination always needing genuine help along the way.”