Each month I share a monthly writing prompt for you to reflect on, write about, and discuss. I’ll be writing a lot on this theme, and I invite you to join me in writing by linking your blog in the comments below or following the hashtag #mowriting on Twitter or Instagram.
Connection: What is it? What does it mean to connect?
How do you connect? How do you know when you have connected to someone or something?
What do you connect to?
What makes up a “missed connection”?
For me, I know that I want to listen more deeply to my inner compass and pay attention to what I need, moment by moment. This requires discernment, reflection, and ultimately connection to who I am and what I want.
I also want to connect more deeply to the people around me — through writing, letters, more frequent phone calls, better and more vulnerable conversations, hugs, and deepening my most cherished friendships.
Join me in reflecting on this question this month. What does it mean to connect and why is it important to do so?
I invite you to consider both the connection within yourself, as well as the outward connections to other people (or things).
Leave a note in the comments on this post with your reflections, share your pieces using the hashtag #mowriting, or send me a note with a guest post if you’d like to contribute to this month’s theme.
PS: Join me in my next two live seminars!
Do you ever get overwhelmed by scheduling your day, week, or month? Does email bog you down or frustrate you? I’m teaching two new virtual seminars this November all about rethinking the way you schedule your week (November 9th) and becoming a jedi master with your email inbox (November 17th).
The seminars are 1-hour long, live, and will be recorded. Registration is $49 per class.—