WHEN ARE YOU MOST RELAXED?
I often notice that all kinds of great ideas come to me when I am sitting in an Adirondack chair overlooking the rocky coast of Maine.
If I am on a long plane ride to Europe, a difficult and persistent problem that has bothered me for weeks becomes much easier to solve.
When I am trying to come up with a catchy opening sentence for a chapter of a new book, it seems to flow easily from the keyboard to the page when I am watching the sunrise on the beach in the Virgin Islands.
And right at this very moment, when I am sitting on my deck overlooking the wooded area behind my home, the ideas for this book are coming to me with ease.
With these real-life personal examples, I am telling you two things:
1. Where and when ...