Tag: Creativity

Fractal Briefs | Passion is Work

Staying interested isn’t some effortless flow state. All work is work. It’s trite but true. Contact | mellow.mission.productions@gmail.com      Social Media | https://www.minds.com  

Fractal Radio | Episode 30 – Dusty Pens and Blank Pages

  Don’t rely on technology to overcome your laziness. A nicer pen and notebook will gather dust just the same as your BIC and that yellow legal pad. These are the things I discuss along with the frustration of coincidences involving hats. Dank Classics…

Silence is Sterile

There’s a lot to be said for quality control. For doing our utmost to avoid lending support to something stupid or wicked. This noble inclination is however too often twisted into silence. Not a deep contemplative silence or even a sexy silence but good…

Of Critics and Gas (Vlog)

Just a wee hot take on taking the edge off of criticism and especially self criticism. Actual content to come soon..like within the week…maybe even today…but let’s not get ahead of ourselves. What am I …not lazy? I mean I didn’t even remove that…

Fractal Radio| Episode 23 – Can You Schedule Poetry (Creative Workflow)

  A brief discussion on the difficulties of managing interest and work in a variety of outputs. Here I’ll discuss single discipline focus vs the more ‘renaissance man’ approach and ask questions like should you schedule poetry? http://www.fractaljournal.com | Stories, Ideas, and More http://www.minds.com/Weirmellow…

Fractal Radio | Episode 16 – Why I Wear Ties – Indie Mindset

    A brief vlog about how to take yourself seriously without the crutch of approval from large institutions and general society. And how this attitude of mindfulness and purpose will keep you creative and stay the creeping hand of boredom. https://www.fractaljournal.com | Essays,…

Fractal Radio| Episode 4 – Sustainable Bags

  In this episode… 1) Fiddling 2) Virtue Signaling 3) Virtual Water and E-guilt 4) Why is it so satisfying to create art, music, prose, code, furniture whatever… 5) Strategies for maintaining creativity 6) The New Yorker Cover Art 6) The plight of native…