Ahh, the second blog on the Road to the Relaunch. Click here if you missed the first. Where are we at this week?
The road has taken a surprising and exciting twist the past few weeks, in and amongst all kinds of busy-ness. See, a few weeks ago our friend Kirsten, who has been on most (if not all) of the panic to freedom calls and working very closely with us to engage with it and make it happen – came out to visit for a while.
In that time we’ve had our ups and downs but it’s really amazing what you can accomplish when everyone is willing to come to the table and listen to each other, even when we have different ideas about the way that things aught be done.
I’m recognizing that as this ball used to be a tiny snowball at the top of a hill, slowly and slowly the ball is getting bigger. Now, it’s not like super massive gargantuan yet, but what used to be the size of a grape is now up to our shins, and there’s room for more people to get behind it, and help make it the best damn snowball ever!
Maybe it’s more like a katamari…
Anyways, what does that mean for you?
Lately, our focus has been strong on fixing a whole bunch of broken stuff, in order to build a support structure to actually make and launch Panic to Freedom. Of course it’s nearing april which means at some point the government are going to be twisting everyones arms for cash (tax time) and that’s a big job when you’ve got several “businesses” and no accountant.
It’s funny, we actually identify panic to freedom as an organism, but I don’t think that that’ll fly very well in court.
In regard to PtF we’ve mapped out how we want to do the launch of Panic to Freedom, and now its just a matter of finishing the tasks at hand in order to open up this new one. It’s essentially making sure that vibrations are properly closed before opening new ones. If you leave too many things open, they will inevitably collapse on you if you don’t have the right environment to handle them all.
To move from Panic (and you can take me at my word on this because we’ve had plenty)Â to Freedom, it takes that level of practice to say “Okay, here’s where we’re at… and what steps do we need to take to get here?”
From that point, it’s just about getting there, and making the decision to make it happen.