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Best Daphne Cohn podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Daphne Cohn podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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The Creativity Habit Podcast is the practice behind the art and the story behind the artist. No B.S. No fluff. Just what's true. The insight, advice, and stories of successful artists. Every episode.
 
Life is too short to not express the innate creativity inside of you. Host Melissa Dinwiddie features individuals and organizations who are approaching life and work creatively, playfully, and innovatively — making a difference, or living life "in full color”— in other words, living the principles of her book The Creative Sandbox Way™. Along the way, Melissa shares practical tips on creativity, productivity, innovation, and leadership. Melissa Dinwiddie is author of The Creative Sandbox Way™ ...
 
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with the world falling into chaos, it always lightens my heart to find artists and women like elaine. elaine is a rebel of the highest cause: rising up against the worst parts of a capitalist economy to bring about a more sustainable, peaceful life for all. elaine’s studio, inner fields, is founded on the principles of deep ecology and buddhism ...…
 
laurie wagner is an expert on telling the truth. it’s the way she writes, teaches, and lives. there was a time early on in laurie’s success when the success began taking precedence over the truth. what the market wanted became more important than what her heart wanted. so she quit. she left the public writing world behind – the world of book de ...…
 
this is world-renowned photographer, brooke shaden's, second time on the creativity habit podcast. in this conversation brooke shares how she built an entire career, and life, basing every decision on this one question: will this bring me, and others, maximum fulfillment? and she means EVERY decision. in this conversation we talk about: how to ...…
 
when things were hard for anna as a child, and they often were, she disappeared into writing and reading. she left behind what was hard for a world that was hers. a world where she had power, voice, and words. a world where she made up the rules and created what she wanted. that world was her salvation. eventually anna turned that world into he ...…
 
when jen was eight her father died. the last words she said to him were “I hate you.” those words would haunt her well into adulthood as she found herself dropping out of NYU as an english major, working as a waitress for 14 years while “pursuing” acting and dead-end relationships, and falling deeper into depression. the day she began taking an ...…
 
we all get thrown off course. sometimes it’s the teacher who told us we weren’t any good. or the school that rejected our application. or the job we didn’t get. or the launch where no one bought. it’s different for everyone but everyone has some version of this story. for araki it was when she was 16 and, after having devoted a childhood to mak ...…
 
painter and writer, lindsay king, is devoted to love: self-love, unconditional love, and spreading love. it's her art, her business, and her purpose. in her own words, my “intention is to create meaningful work that carries the energy of love and healing. Asking to be a clear conduit for messages of love to move into the paint and fibers of the ...…
 
It’s hard enough to feel worthy and good about oneself just being a human in a big, uncertain world. But for Kaylani, it was even harder. Born to a black father and a Filipino mother, Kaylani never felt like she belonged. She was bullied in school and at home. The messages she received about her worth and inherent goodness were twisted and crue ...…
 
Catherine Just started using drugs and alcohol when she was 13. By 18 she was addicted to crystal meth. Then one day, in the throes of addiction, she heard a voice. It said, “There’s more to this life than what you’re living.” Something in Catherine woke up and she got sober. She "checked herself into art school" where she immersed herself in d ...…
 
Lisa Hsieh was a clothing designer before she was a mom. She made clothes that looked good on thin people, slit maxi skirts and crop tops, clothes that were crisp, clean, and sharp —conditioned by the fashion industry that she had worked in for a decade. Then she became a mama and everything changed. It was time to let go of all that had come b ...…
 
Brooke Shaden has clarity. She knows why she’s making. And that why pervades everything. The why is her legacy, her message, her brand. Brooke’s why is to inspire creativity in others. When you have that kind of clarity you don’t worry about changing creative direction or trying out a new medium. You don’t concern yourself with those who rail a ...…
 
Play EpisodeThe post 196: Why I’m Putting the Podcast on Hiatus appeared first on Living A Creative Life with Melissa Dinwiddie.By Melissa Dinwiddie
 
Play EpisodeThe post 195: Art Is Connection for Mike Brennan appeared first on Living A Creative Life with Melissa Dinwiddie.By Melissa Dinwiddie
 
Jesh de Rox is, at heart, an explorer. He's spent his life asking the big questions: the ones that help make sense of who we are and why we're here. And he's built several very successful businesses in photography, thought leadership, and business coaching, around the same two things: joy and personal growth. Jesh's work has been featured in Vo ...…
 
Satsuki Shibuya is a painter, poet, and spiritual guide. She is also the first repeat guest on The Creativity Habit Podcast. In this second conversation, we dive into the heart and mind of this spiritual thinker. We talk about love and purpose, flow and discipline, creativity and truth. It’s both profoundly spiritual and very practical. Some th ...…
 
Play EpisodeThe post 194: David Koff and the Life-Changing Power of Improv appeared first on Living A Creative Life with Melissa Dinwiddie.By Melissa Dinwiddie
 
Hall Newbegin is a "hippie entrepreneur" who went from making soap out of his basement to running a multi-million dollar business selling sustainably harvested products including perfume, incense, candles, and soap. Hall brought the places he loved to people who cared through products he made. Some things we talk about finding the courage to wa ...…
 
Play EpisodeThe post 193: How to Stand Up for Yourself Without Being a Jerk with Amy E. Smith appeared first on Living A Creative Life with Melissa Dinwiddie.By Melissa Dinwiddie
 
Loveis Wise was a junior in college when she got her first art commission with Refinery 29 and a senior when she became the second black women in the history of The New Yorker Magazine to design its cover. Loveis grew up poor and no one in her family thought you could make any money making art but Loveis knew what she wanted and she want for it ...…
 
Play EpisodeThe post 192: Nicole Lewis-Keeber On Creating an Intentional Relationship with Your Business appeared first on Living A Creative Life with Melissa Dinwiddie.By Melissa Dinwiddie
 
Michelle Gardella is an internationally recognized photographer who hustled her way out of poverty to become one of the top 30 photographers in the world by Rangefinder Magazine and one of the top ten photographers in the US by Professional Photographers of America. Today Michelle is a truth-teller who uses her camera and her words to ferret ou ...…
 
Susannah Conway's business was born out of grief. When her partner died unexpectedly of a heart attack thirteen years ago, Susannah turned to photography and writing as a way through. Photography brought her into the present moment while writing helped her sort through the past ones. But eventually, her photography and writing turned into a thr ...…
 
Play EpisodeThe post 191: Whole-Body Creating with Pieter Van Winkle appeared first on Living A Creative Life with Melissa Dinwiddie.By Melissa Dinwiddie
 
Arielle Estoria never wanted to be center stage but sometimes life decides your path for you. In college Arielle stumbled into slam and spoken word poetry. Her words had power. They resonated and moved the audience. Arielle decided to devote one year after college to her creativity. One year turned into four and today Arielle performs on stages ...…
 
Play EpisodeThe post 190: The Playful Path to Love and Dating Over 40 with Macy Matarazzo appeared first on Living A Creative Life with Melissa Dinwiddie.By Melissa Dinwiddie
 
Carrie Schmitt is a painter, writer, and teacher. Several years ago Carrie became so sick she couldn't move. Any physical exertion would cause her body to break out in hives and her entire system to overheat. The only thing left, the only relief she found, was in painting. Thus began Carrie's life as a full-time artist. Today Carrie teaches wor ...…
 
Emma Louise Sophia is a writer, photographer, and teacher. Emma did not have an easy time of it growing up. She battled eating disorders, depression, and anxiety. But then she met and fell in love with her future husband and got pregnant and that changed everything. Emma sobered up, pulled what had come apart back together, and settled into a w ...…
 
Play EpisodeThe post 189: Neen James & the Costs of Not Paying Attention appeared first on Living A Creative Life with Melissa Dinwiddie.By Melissa Dinwiddie
 
Play EpisodeThe post 188: Rythea Lee Uses Humor to Help Us Heal Self-Hatred appeared first on Living A Creative Life with Melissa Dinwiddie.By Melissa Dinwiddie
 
Play EpisodeThe post 187: Queen of Stories: Daphne Cohn Asks Questions for a Living appeared first on Living A Creative Life with Melissa Dinwiddie.By Melissa Dinwiddie
 
Play EpisodeThe post 186: Getting Out of the Comfort Zone with Ania Archer appeared first on Living A Creative Life with Melissa Dinwiddie.By Melissa Dinwiddie
 
Multi-disciplinary artist, Liz Tran, makes joy for a living. Her art is big and colorful and full of play. It is about extroversion and experimentation and all the things that look like happiness. Art is where Liz escaped from anxiety and depression and found safety and freedom. Today Liz's work is all over the world. From Toronto to Miami, San ...…
 
Play EpisodeThe post 185: Jenni Heffernan Brown Is the Quintessential Type A Creative appeared first on Living A Creative Life with Melissa Dinwiddie.By Melissa Dinwiddie
 
Sheila Pree Bright is a photographer using the camera to change how we see the world. Her work has won numerous awards, she was a runner-up for the million dollar TED prize, her photographs have appeared in galleries and museums around the world and she lectures all over the country. Her images break down old beliefs, shake up stereotypes, and ...…
 
Play EpisodeThe post 184: Listener Spotlight: Jumping All In with Anne Marie Rowley appeared first on Living A Creative Life with Melissa Dinwiddie.By Melissa Dinwiddie
 
Play EpisodeThe post 183: Asking for What You Need appeared first on Living A Creative Life with Melissa Dinwiddie.By Melissa Dinwiddie
 
Play EpisodeThe post 182: Meet VP of Fun Jeffrey Harry appeared first on Living A Creative Life with Melissa Dinwiddie.By Melissa Dinwiddie
 
Mati was 18 months old when her father died in a car accident. He was an artist, a woodcarver. As Mati got older, she made a lot of art but making art was hard because it reminded her of death. And then when Mati was 29, she went to art school and she gave her life to art. Mati got an agent. She wrote and illustrated children’s books. She start ...…
 
Play EpisodeThe post 181: On Building Communities with Emmy McCarthy & Naomi Hattaway appeared first on Living A Creative Life with Melissa Dinwiddie.By Melissa Dinwiddie
 
Play EpisodeThe post 180: Finding the Underlying Goal appeared first on Living A Creative Life with Melissa Dinwiddie.By Melissa Dinwiddie
 
heads up: this conversation was recorded in Thailand. There is a clicking sound in the background. That is a gecko. Gabrielle Tesfaye has been making art forever. When she was little she knew she would be an artist. When she went to art school and people asked her what she planned to do with the rest of her life she simply replied, "make art." ...…
 
Play EpisodeThe post 179: How Gary Ware Uses Play to Create Magic appeared first on Living A Creative Life with Melissa Dinwiddie.By Melissa Dinwiddie
 
Amber is an illustrator who makes images of women all shapes and sizes. Hairy and big. Short and wide. Arms too long, legs too short. Women who are beautiful simply because they are women. Amber's work has appeared on the cover of numerous publications including The New York Times Magazine, she's partnered with big names like Conde Nast, Man Re ...…
 
Play EpisodeThe post 178: Hiring vs. Cultivating Creativity appeared first on Living A Creative Life with Melissa Dinwiddie.By Melissa Dinwiddie
 
Harper Watters is a soloist with the Houston Ballet - the fourth largest dance company in the United States. Harper has stood out his whole life. His parents are white. He's gay. He's a ballet dancer. He doesn't fit. When Harper was growing up, not fitting in was hard. People stared at him. He was scared of being bullied. But as cliché as it so ...…
 
Play EpisodeThe post 177: A Chat with Culture Expert Mike Ganino appeared first on Living A Creative Life with Melissa Dinwiddie.By Melissa Dinwiddie
 
Satsuki Shibuya had it all: her own graphic design business, great clients, money in the bank and then she got sick. So sick she couldn’t get out of bed, read a book or talk on the phone. And she stayed sick for a year and a half. During that time she lost everything: her business, her clients, her reputation. But she found something bigger: pa ...…
 
Play EpisodeThe post 176: Accept and Build appeared first on Living A Creative Life with Melissa Dinwiddie.By Melissa Dinwiddie
 
Play EpisodeThe post 175: Johanna Walker Is a Fear-Blasting Storytelling Maven appeared first on Living A Creative Life with Melissa Dinwiddie.By Melissa Dinwiddie
 
Play EpisodeThe post From the Archive: The Dance of “Want To” and “Have To” appeared first on Living A Creative Life with Melissa Dinwiddie.By Melissa Dinwiddie
 
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