Kieran Butler

Welcome, I’m Kieran, a web developer and personal coach. I combine both to help people tell their stories and build their brands and businesses online. The Captain’s Log is where I share all about it. It’s also a journal I created to help people navigate the beautiful sh*t-storm that is life. Read more…

Blog Archive

  • Core Values
    An unexhaustive list of core values. How to Use Print out the list and rate each one with one of three options. V = Very important, Q = Quite important, N = Not so important; 2. Now further refine the ‘very important’ selections into a list of 3-5 values. 3. Use them as a compass …

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  • Being Vs Doing – What’s The Big Deal?
    Maybe I’m beating a dead horse here. Being too obtuse. Too vague. Contradictory even. Sure, it’s paradoxical and it sure as shit ain’t logical. This is why we have such a difficult time really understanding the draw of mindfulness-based practices that propound the importance of BEING over DOING. Make no mistake about it, these two …

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  • ‘Breaking News: There Is Nothing To Fear’
    This work of art was inspired by a recent dream I had & @lovenotfearmankind with their #lovenotfear campaign for mental health awareness. The Dream I was flying above a pitch-black wasteland that stretched as far as the eye could see. It was full of what seemed like old shipping containers. It began to click that …

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  • Words Are Vibrations: Enter The Mantra
    Words are vibrations and we’re all a bunch of atoms floating around in bags of skin. I’m no expert but apparently, it’s science. I do know words can have a huge impact on how we feel. Here, I’m referring more to sound in general than I am to everyday language. The effect of the latter …

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  • Wake Up Turn On Tune In
    There is a radio in our heads, intention turns the dial. Through life experience we have programmed this radio to easily dial into certain ‘stations’ aka the stories we tell ourselves about who we are and how life is. These stories or habitual thought patterns result in how we feel. These feelings result in more …

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