Kedges inspire and help you fall in love with your own big bad audacious self. Often Kedges help you live into a dream you have for your life, and just haven’t allowed yourself to live it or even imagine it. A great Kedge puts a skip in your step, as well as maybe a dash of fear, as you are pulled into being and living more of your gifts.
I first came across the term “Kedge” when reading Younger Next Year by Chris Crowley. He advocates using kedges for helping you get healthy and fit–for example, by investing in a biking vacation or signing up for a mini-marathon–something that has a deadline, reward, and requirement, and inspires you. You can use kedges for your career, your life, your writing.
Have a listen… and celebrate the kedges that you and your friends have undoubtedly already accomplished in your life. Then, make way for a new one…