Time Tracking Tool Kit for Artists, Creatives, and Solopreneurs
Master the Art of Time, Clarity, Decisiveness and Confidence
Have you ever wondered about that alternate universe where you arrive early to something? Me too. It wasn't a world I was interested in, but eventually, I started to crave spaciousness, an experience of not feeling pulled or harried out of the moment I was in. This Toolkit is based on a few simple shifts I made this past year, that's allowed for an easier, flowier day, clearer decisions and a feeling of basic rightness and dignity. I want you to have it too, so we can all make peace with our time, the people in our lives, and be there when it matters most.
My Gift to You:
1. An easy workbook of questions to help you see your unique situation afresh - 30 min
2. Sample TimeSheet with Instructions
3. A weekly framework for seeing time at work in your life - Use as you go - 5 min a day
4. A set of 10 tips, resources and ongoing practices that help me get along well with time, offering clarity and confidence.
5. A meditation on time to shift your mindset.
Enjoy Mastering Time!
Hannah Burr is a contemporary artist, philospher and author who has spent her life charting into new territories. She's worked primarily for herself, sold and exhibited her artwork, written books, showed in museums, moved across country, spoken to a roomful of priests about non-religious prayer; she's a magna cum laude graduate of Brown University concentrating in Visual Art and Religious Studies. She's trained as a mediator, has a 20 year meditation practice, and values universal design, open ended inquiry, and certain color combinations over others.
She's accumulated tools, insights and processes for trusting the gut, collaborating with the universe and stepping again and again into clear self expression and greater freedom. She lives, makes her art and coaches in Ann Arbor MI, and spent her first 40 years in Boston MA.
She’s exhibited her work at the Drawing Center in New York, Currier Museum of Art NH, and at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. She has written two artist books since 2013 and will have a third artist book coming out Winter 2018-2019. The first book, Contemporary Prayers to * [whatever works], has found its way into over 50 museum shops in 27 states, has sold out of its first printing and is well into the second. The second, Help me [ ], do the thing. is the second in the two book series: blunt and intimate books of prayer or petition addressed to a swish of ink or bits of tape, within the prayer itself. She speaks and leads workshops on the overlap of creative and contemplative practice, without the fetters of religion. She is a former Massachusetts Cultural Council and Berkshire Taconic Foundations Award Winner and MacDowell Colony Fellow.
Book 3 is a survey of each naturally occurring element of the periodic table, both a comprehensive guide to every object, part of the body, earth and solar system where it can be encountered first hand, and a contemplative exploration of our inseparability from all things on all scales. It comes out this Winter 2018-2019.