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Personal Crafting Work
Never Settle For The First Taste Of Success
Happy Wednesday! Welcome back to Acting Class Daily. Let’s dig in to this week’s personal crafting work - along with the discoveries and challenges of EA teammates worldwide.
Infusing adventure into your Olympic Spirit:
Choose any tool from The Elysium Aesthetic.
Add a sense of adventure when utilizing the tool.
Share a discovery through a piece of Creative Communication.
Share a challenge through a piece of Creative Communication.
Feeding and following your creative curiosity:
Find a closed door in the world around you.
Wonder at what could be waiting on the other side.
Release 5 minutes of free-flowing questions onto a piece of paper.
Choose the most surprising or unusual question.
Share your answer in a piece of Creative Communication.
What’s been your experience with The Michael Jordan Test?
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We had a tradition of capturing quotes on the Elysium walls. The torch has now been passed to the digital realm. Here’s another questionable “classic” from this week’s EA audio chapter …
'‘Heck yeah, in a big way!”
This week, I’ve added a new song to our EA Imagination Practice playlist:
New songs are added weekly to the full playlist, inspiring deeper levels of permission and play each time you cross the threshold into your playground of possibility:
I’ve also added THREE new songs to our EA Physical Practice playlist:
One to invite the taste of touch, another to inspire the permission of our lazy, Sunday morning roll, and a third to encourage you into the world of standing.
The full playlist is setup to be used three songs at a time, offering new flavors and colors each time you explore your Physical Practice: