Creativity has been a major theme this year on Free Your Inner Guru®.
Looking back, it’s crystal clear – 2020 demanded leaders to dig deep. We became more creative, resourceful, and resilient than ever. Collective and individual creativity sprang from practical necessity, inspiration, and a very human combination of both.
Here’s a collection of interview episodes that highlight the best of what makes us human.
I can’t say enough about these guests, their generosity, and their willingness to engage in a bigger conversation. You can listen to the episodes here, on Apple Podcasts, and other podcast apps, or click through to each individual episode web page for the full show notes.
This 2020 Creativity Playlist begins in March 2020 with a conversation with MoMA artist and author of Feck Perfuction, James Victore. James is a creative warrior who showed up willing to talk about what the feck we were experiencing globally and his role as a creative leader.
Piano composer Charles Wilson graciously walked by my side as I navigated what I was going to say and do about black lives matter as a white woman who advocates for conscious leadership. His contribution in this episode is a standout. The album I watched him compose has now been recorded in studio on the grand piano of his dreams. 2021 is going to be the year of #blkbok, aka Charles Wilson.
Brandy Amstel, one of my soul sisters in this life, has emerged from our shared experience in the Sedona sweat lodge as a powerful, inspired, creative force to be reckoned with. This is what transformation looks and sounds like.
Louise Karch – the name-whisperer, and author of Word Glue – will have you jumping out of your seat to use the power of words to name what you create for impact. As she says, “All leaders will have to name something.”
Seth Godin. How do I find the words? Conscious leader, wisdom, empathy, and generosity. Seth Godin creates and changes creative culture. Being able to bring him to you on Free Your Inner Guru® pretty much made my year as a podcast host.
Most recently, K.A. Tucker – prolific best-selling author, advocate for autism, no nonsense, get-shit-done businesswoman – joins me to talk writing, business and life. Kathleen shares and her journey from corporate career to best selling author in this candid episode.
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