Tuning In

It’s been a bit since I wrote my last post.
The noise in my head got so loud that it almost started to seem normal.

I’m feeling myself again and no longer shaming myself for needing a creative outlet.

I’m finding out the following the things that interest me are actually more practical in terms of opportunity than just doing what I feel like I’m supposed to be doing.

I’ve been doubling and tripling down on my spiritual practices as of late and this has given me a solid foundation to lay my thoughts upon.

The clarity of mind that I’ve been looking for has been sitting right beside me wondering what the hell I’ve been doing these past few years.

The cult of personality is real in these online spaces and you need to make sure you understand who you really are and where you end and others begin.

When you leave everything behind including your identity to find yourself you ultimately leave yourself open to being told who you are.
Especially if you want to be there.

“People like us do things like this” – Seth Godin.

I’ve been reading a lot of Ken Wilbur as of late and I really appreciate his “Clean up, Wake up, Grow Up & Show Up” mentality.

The fact of the matter is we constantly question who we are and what we should be doing.
This itself isn’t inherently an issue, but it becomes one, when you ask others outside yourself for an answer that only you can answer.

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About me

Riley Seaburg spreading his arms in front of a Lake
My name is
Riley Seaburg!

I’m a 29 year old entrepreneur and public servant. I love helping people like you find your place in the world. While I’m still finding my way as well the best way to get where you want to go is to help other people get there first!


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