About

Writing a book, launching an enterprise, building a creative platform, and defining the “What’s next?” leg of your journey can be exhilarating and intimidating. How will you get there? Will you get there? How do you muster and maintain the stamina, the focus, the time? What risks are there?

So much unknown. But here are two things to keep in mind: You don’t have to go it alone. And wonder might be your best ally.

From verdant woods and cave art sites to teeming cities and schools to bustling studios and humming science labs, I’ve tracked wonder (Read How It Began). Why wonder? Because wonder is the emotional heartbeat of creativity and creative enterprising.

In my work with creatives, enterprisers, authors, teachers, scholars, teams, and literally thousands of people from different parts of the world – and as an author and writer who daily faces creative hazards – I’ve discovered that wonder cracks us open to what’s possible and connects us to what matters most.

It’s the emotion that holds us spellbound in our creative flow, and it’s the emotional experience that captivates your own audiences – customers, readers, fans.

Tracking Wonder exists to help you master your own creative workflow, advance your enterprise, and create what’s next for you and the patch of the planet you’re making a better place. We chart a course for your project and equip you with the know-how, open mindset, and smart strategies to make what seems impossible possible. And we do so with experience grounded in the art & science of creativity.

Captivating creativity is both an art and a science. And so is tracking wonder.

But I’ll be frank.

Tracking wonder is not kid’s stuff.

And it’s not for everyone and all the time.

Tracking wonder is for those of us who are ready.

Who are ready to gain the skillful know-how to dive into the creative unknown. 
It’s where know-how meets not-knowing that real possibility and real creativity thrive.

Are you ready?

Let’s find out.

I’ll see you in the woods.

(If you’re new to Tracking Wonder, you might want to Start Here.)