Beach Walk 701 – Be Here Now, Again

When you are not invested in the results of what you do, you are able to pay attention to what is actually going on. Life does not get much more powerful than that. I am busy pulling Podcamp + Wordcamp Hawaii together. Over the past months, I have watched how volunteers have come and gone, and how the project itself though continues. How people and things show up, just at the moment they are relevant. How futile and frustrating it would have been to start off with a dream that did not allow for both clouds and rainbows!

Thanks to the volunteers who have been my rocks:
Kyle Nishioka
Judi Clark
Shane Robinson

And the new man on a white horse, Ed Morita, the BBQ wrangler!

Hawaiian Word:
Hoʻopuka: invest

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Beach Walk 396 OTR – Matters of Attention II

This attention topic from yesterday brings out the urge to generalize. At Beach Walks, we like to be specific.

For more info, read the show notes from yesterday’s episode, as there are two links with great research, and several informed viewer comments!

Where am I? Several of you are getting close, Stay tuned as tomorrow’s episode will break the suspense.

The Ainokea Episode
The #1 and #2 Personality

Hawaiian words
Nānā: attention

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Beach Walk 395 OTR – Matters of Attention

Whether partial attention or multi-tasking, our brains appear to be changing as a result of exposure to so much media and technology.

I learned a lot from reading these two articles, after recording today’s show:
Here’s the NY Times article on multitasking. (May require login after a few days.) Continuous Partial Attention is described here by Linda Stone.

Thanks LV, for bringing my attention to “cpa.”

Hawaiian words
Nānā: attention

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