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Creating My Future

I’ve been busy.

I’ve been using that sentence as an excuse. An excuse to not write, read, work out, eat correctly, create websites, update my portfolio, design new art, create new costumes, and an unending list of other important things.

That stops now. It’s time to start living up to the title of this page, the title of my business, and my motto. Capacity and Desire. I have grand desires. I have the capacity to manifest those desires. I have the ability to increase my capacity and reach my desires.

It’s time to switch from a person who consumes (Media, Books, Blogs, News, Stories, Pictures, Performances, Sounds, etc), to a person who creates. It’s time to create.

Let’s take a quick look at some of the things that I’m doing to make this happen:

Limitless Reflection Whomp Bot GearMy Limitless Reflection work is in full creation mode. I’ve designed some amazing new sound reactive, remote controlled gear to use in my performances. You can see some of it over on the Limitless Reflection site. I’ll have some of these designs and creations up for sale on my new Etsy page by the end of the week. I’ve also been training daily for future performances. The goal is to take the Limitless Project to a whole new level by the end of the year.

My website creation and design skills are getting better daily. Check out my work on Wine World, Limitless Reflection, and the Capacity and Desire Business sites. I’ve created many of the logos, pictures, page layouts, and designs on these sites. I have a few more sites that are in mid-creation mode right now. They should be done by the end of the week. The goal is to take them and use them to showcase my website design portfolio. I’m going to try and grab some freelance WordPress Website creation and design jobs.

I’ve been writing daily. For two weeks, I’ve been writing for up to an hour before I go to bed. It started off with a goal to create a budget for the next 7 months. I’m happy to report that I’ve stayed on budget and increased my production to reach my goals. It’s a good feeling.

I’m genuinely proud of my work at my current day job. I’ve finally managed to get the site looking close to the way that I want it. It’s running faster, people have commented that it looks better, and we’re generating relevant and valuable content daily. It’s something that I’ve been trying to make happen for a while. Now that we’ve got it headed in the right direction, it’s on me to keep it going that way. Combine the site with the email that I send out to 25,000 2 times a week, and I’m genuinely excited to say that I’m seeing successes in my day job.

I’m stepping up my social media game. I post daily on Instagram (@Limitless_Reflection), connect with at least one person a day on LinkedIn, post daily on the Capacity and Desire Facebook Page, post daily to the Capacity and Desire Twitter account, and I’m back on Pinterest. I read quite a few business blogs and performance art blogs daily.

The next big step is to create, create, create. I’m going to be posting blogs and posts on both the Capacity and Desire site and the Limitless Reflection sites. At a minimum, you’ll see at least one blog a week on both of those sites. The goal will be to have at least 2 posts on Limitless and 3 on C+D weekly.

I’m inspired. I’m pumped. I’m capable. It’s go time!

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The Limitless Ball

Limitless ReflectionI need 30 to 8000 piñatas, all of my performer friends in formal wear, a white umbrella for each ballroom dancer, eight buckets of black paint, one bucket of red paint, two massive sheets of plastic, two massive pieces of white roll paper, a videographer, some photographers, a couple slow motion capable cameras, lighting equipment, a warehouse/filming space, a production team, a filming schedule, a post-production team, some epic bass music, and people who want to create a dazzling thing.

I’m putting together the first Limitless collaboration project. Think of it as a combination of a ball, a party, and a bunch of piñata’s getting destroyed in slow motion. Performers in formalwear with costume flair showing off their talents in an environment that’s designed to be creative, fun, and absolutely spectacular to watch.

Why would we be doing this? Because it would be fun, because it’s art, because it’s something that we can use to showcase our unique talents and creativity to the world. I want to create an environment where my friends, the most creative people I know, can express themselves in any way that they see fit.

I’m going to need help doing this. I’m willing to take the lead on this but I’m going to need an entire team of people behind me to get this thing started, rolling, and manifested.

Game on. Let’s do this.

If you’re interested in being part of this project, contact me on the Limitless Reflection Facebook page or by email at