WELCOME TO THE GOOD DIRT, EPISODE 40!
Liz Kimball (MFA, CPC) is a creativity catalyst, writer, coach, speaker, and founder of The Collective, a network of women creators and thought leaders dedicated to fostering cultural change through creativity. Her work has been featured at TEDx, Oprah.com, the NBA, The Guggenheim, NYU, and at universities and institutions throughout the country. In today’s episode, we talk about the creative process from many angles, how pursuing our dreams might not be the straight path we imagine, how to foster our creative selves in a world that demands much from us, and how some of these things might be shifting from the pandemic year. Liz talks about the importance of detaching yourself from labels that you’ve placed on yourself since adolescence. Your work in the world is much more important than a title. We discuss how the ideas of slow living and “good dirt” are essential to cultivating the creative life, and building a future we can’t wait to wake up to!
1:30 – Mary & Emma catch up and chat about plants!
7:00 – Liz introduces herself
20:00 – Rewriting the rules
23:00 – The Collective
27:00 – Discussion around time
35:00 – The creative process
50:00 – Mary recalls her own journey with her creative process
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Listen to our conversation below!
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