Ep. 159: Sarah Von Bargen on Money!

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This week, I got to talk with Sarah Von Bargen of Yes & Yes all about money. We cover regrettable purchases (and how to avoid the $200 Target run!), telling the truth about where you are financially, and how to focus on what you really need to be happy instead of all the shoulds that most of us let drive our decisions.

You're going to get practical tips, awesome resources, and mindset shifts galore! Your time at Target will never be the same!

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Ep. 158: Lisa Anderson Shaffer of Zelma Rose on Bono (Yes! Really!)

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Would it be crazy or the best to base an entire year of business decisions on what Bono would do? Answer: the best. I am a huge fan of Lisa Anderson Shaffer and Zelma Rose and when she told me that she decided back in January to use Bono as a guide for all of her creative and business decisions, I knew I had to have her on the show.

In this week's episode, you'll find out why she chose Bono, what she learned from him, and how it's made a difference in her creative work and life. You'll also hear us talk about how this fits into the Raise Your Hand Say Yes way of life in such a perfect way. Get excited, because this is a good one!

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Ep. 157: Andy J. Pizza on Intuition

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So how do you decide between following your intuition straight off a cliff and getting lost in the strategy? And what do you do in the murky not-so-fun middle parts of your creative work? This week, I'm talking intuition and strategy and breakthroughs and faith with podcaster, illustrator, and speaker Andy J. Pizza (aka Andy J. Miller).

I loved, loved this conversation and I'm sure you will too!!

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Ep. 156: On Making your Dreams Real (Yes! Really!)

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How many of us have dreams that we aren't acting on? (I suspect the answer is all!) This week, I'm talking about a few come-to-Jesus moments I've had with myself lately and what I'm doing about them!

You'll also hear about what's different between me and my 2015 self, the story of an old selfie, and what all of this has to do with the book I'm currently writing. Oh, and if you're feeling a bigger calling in YOUR work but aren't quite sure how to proceed, I've got you covered there too. 

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Ep. 155: Anna Guest-Jelley on Evolution

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Ooh, I loved getting to talk with Anna Guest-Jelley, founder of Curvy Yoga, for this week. We talked about so much good stuff: embodiment, spirituality, business evolution, creative instincts, body acceptance, permission. All of it around how to move forward when you know there's something more for you.

And while it's easy to only think about evolution when you hit a place of burnout, it's actually critical to realize that - in creativity - we're all evolving all the time. So, yay! Evolution is exciting! Oh, and it happens whether we realize it or not, so let's all get in the driver's seat, eh?

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Ep. 154: Laurie Wagner on Telling the Truth

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Ah! Season 4 is here! I'm thrilled to be kicking us off with an interview with Laurie Wagner, an author and artist who also happens to be my writing teacher! Through her amazing Wild Writing method, Laurie helps writers tap into their truth and get to the heart of what they really want to say in this world. (Which is pretty much step one of living your Raise Your Hand Say Yes life!)

In this conversation, Laurie and I talk about telling the truth and what it has to do with leadership. You'll also hear her thoughts on getting vulnerable as an expert and teacher and why it's so critical. Oh, and we also dive into a discussion about drinking (and not drinking) and Jesus - and how interesting it is that both topics feel so controversial.

If you're interested in finding your voice and tapping into a deeper spiritual truth, this episode is for you! 

Enjoy, enjoy! 

Ep. 153: My RYHSY Life: On Finding Resonance & Grappling with Uncertainty

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In this month's installment of my Raise Your Hand Say Yes Life series, I go behind the scenes of some business changes I'm making and talk about how I'm dealing with the uncertainty that comes along with doing something that goes against the grain of everything that's worked in the past AND all the things that other's would advise for me. 

I also share how this uncertainty has also trickled into my personal life with both a move to Colorado for us and my giving up drinking. 

Enjoy, enjoy! 

Ep. 152: Trusting the Simmer (and what to do while you wait!)

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We know it about making soup, but we often forget it when it comes to our creative ideas: Letting things simmer is how the flavor develops. 

In this week's episode, I'm talking about why it's so important to give your creative ideas the room they need to fully develop and what to do while you wait. Because, I promise: I'm just as impatient as you are! 

I'll also share how to avoid letting your ideas simmer FOREVER and what you can do to start testing them and collecting data *during* the simmer!

Ep. 151: The Inspired Part of Bold, Inspired Action

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Let's talk about bold, inspired action, but this week, I'm bringing in a new twist - instead of focusing on the bold, we're going to start with the inspired. 

I'll tell you what I think it means to come from a truly inspired place, how you can find that place for yourself, and why naps are *definitely* a good idea! If you're ready to bring more fun, ease, and flow into your creative work, I've got you covered!

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Ep. 150: How to Make Space & 100 Days of Going Light Recap

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Okay, you know there are things you want to do with your creative work. But you also know that there are about a million different things vying for your attention? How do you make space to welcome in the things you really want?

This week, I'm talking about how to get started in making space for your big dreams as well as what I learned about business after I had my twins three years ago (which was right around the time that things started taking off for me...coincidence? I think not!). The key: focus on the big stuff. Let the rest fall away. 

I also tie this into what I learned from my 100 Days of Going Light experiment about only doing the things that lit me up and focusing on that for 100 days. A lot changed. And change takes time. Patience helps a ton. Keep going.