Pure Creative Force Podcast: Interview with actress Christie McNab

In this episode, I interview Christie McNab, an Atlanta-based actress who at a young age had a passion for film and television. She shares her journey as a performer, how she embraces the vulnerability of acting and bringing her truest self to every role. We discuss auditions and resilience in light of rejection, and how to overcome self sabotage and those pesky voices from your past that may keep you doubting yourself. We talk about women holding more powerful roles in the creation and production of film, and how the #metoo movement has created a healing opportunity for women who suffered abuse to be seen, heard and validated.

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Pure Creative Force Podcast: Interview with Jenna Hoffman, digital marketing Expert, Photographer & Creative Entrepreneur

Jenna Renee Hoffman helps businesses rev up their digital marketing presences through integrated marketing communications & social listening. Hungry for a creative career that enabled her to leverage the power of marketing and capitalize on her unrelenting work ethic, Jenna turned her side hobby into a living, breathing business. She inspires other creatives to take the leap, honor your cycles of creativity and carry yourself as a professional in everything you do.

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Pure Creative Force Podcast: Interview with Megan Haskell, author

Megan Haskell is the award winning author of The Sanyare Chronicles, Content Director for OC Writers, a Network of Published and Aspiring Authors and the mother of two young children. In the last three years, she has written and published four full-length novels, three short stories, and co-written and published a non-fiction guidebook. Listen in as she shares her creative process as a writer and world-builder and her mastery of the business side and time management.

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Pure Creative Force Podcast: Interview with Oslee, mantra music artist

Libby Dorot is the woman behind the electronic mantra music of OSLEE. She just released her first album, ELEVATE, which includes high vibe and heart centered tracks bringing ancient yogic mantras to modern life. Libby is a classically trained singer, who performed for the Washington Opera as a child. She shares her journey to connecting to her heart and the cosmos, to create her music. And how a good friend introduced her to the esoteric teachings of kundalini yoga, helping her out of grief and a painful time in her life, allowing her to rise and create a new path for her life and art.

 

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Pure Creative Force Podcast: Interview with Amina Makhdoom Lynch

Amina Makhdoom is the founder of Fresnel Consulting, a success coach, author and master manifester. She focuses on lovingly lifting and inspiring others to achieve their dreams thereby contributing their unique talent to support a world that works better for everyone. 

In our interview, she shares her process for creating and bringing forth miracles in her own life, how and why she started the Joy Challenge and how the simple act of non-suffering opened up space and time for her to create something even better in the world.

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Pure Creative Force Podcast: Interview with Raghubir Kintisch

Raghubir Kintisch is an artist, educator and yogi. As an artist, she opens conversations about how we access and interact with the subtle realms & how spiritual practice and art practice are one and the same. Listen in to learn about strengthening your nervous system and energy reserve to overcome resistance, how to uplink to the universal mind to open yourself up to the pure creative force. Raghubir’s impact is to create elevated vibrations in everything she does.

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Pure Creative Force Podcast: Interview with Jenny Johnson

In this episode, I interview Jenny Johnson on her serendipitous career journey as a creative and an entrepreneur. Jenny is the design manager for Gensler, the worlds biggest architecture and design firm and she’s the founder of the Lum Collective, a graphic and web design and branding consultancy. She shares how opening herself up to the pure creative force led her to an expanded definition of creativity, meaningful connections and unexpected life and career experiences.

 

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Pure Creative Force Podcast: Interview with Tami Pardee and Life Change Warriors

In this episode, I interview Tami Pardee, the Founder and CEO of Halton Pardee + Partners and creator of the Life Change Warriors Foundation. Halton Pardee + Partners is the 54th largest woman-owned business and #1 real estate sales team in Los Angeles. Tami and her team have been committed to giving back since day one — donating more than $1 million toward uplifting local communities in 13 years. Life Change Warriors are committed to helping all people in need overcome their challenges and set goals to “star in the life they love.”

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Pure Creative Force Podcast: Interview with Alex Shade, President of First Generation

In today’s episode, I interview Alex Shade the president of First Generation, an integrative marketing firm based in Allentown, PA. Listen to our conversation where she gives insight to running a creative business, the balance between managing and creating, how to delight your clients and how to consistently stay inspired to create the best.

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Pure Creative Force Podcast: Interview with Cara Thomas, founder of Serenflipity

In this episode, I interview Cara Thomas, an innovator and founder of Serenflipity, a game to help you get out of your comfort zone. Listen to our interview and how Cara discovered how adventure and playfulness led to breakthroughs with her clients and in every area of her life. Be inspired to bring serendipity, real human connection and adventure to your life.

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Pure Creative Force Podcast: Interview with stand up comic Madison Erceg

In this episode of the Pure Creative Force podcast, I interview Madison Erceg, a stand up comedienne from Atlanta, GA. She shares with us her journey, how she is creating the opportunity to write, perform, have a voice and be the realest, rawest version of herself. We talk about how a few wrong turns helped her face her biggest fears and then everything started to click. And how humor opens us up to our deepest truths and connects us as humans.

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When helping others isn’t really helping

“Here, let me help you.” The last time I said those words, my niece was a toddler and I was trying to quickly solve one of her conundrums. A puzzle piece wasn’t fitting in her mermaid/sea creature creation. But she wouldn’t have it.

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Where are you losing energy?

When it comes to energy, our conversations usually focus on the physical body – eating more nutritious foods, getting daily doses of vitamins and minerals, moving the body with exercise or getting more sleep. 

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4 tips to turnaround any situation

Is there some area of your work or your life that you’d like to see a different result? Or do you have a challenge that you are facing where you can’t seem to figure out the next best step? Or maybe you need to hit the re-fresh button for a clearer outlook?

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5 energy sources to make life and work a little easier

For the majority of our day, our intellect dominates. We plan, strategize and think about how to move forward, what to change, how to do our work and bring greater fulfillment to our day. We’re always in our head, tackling the actions on our to-do list and getting things done.

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The power of multiple perspectives

Every interaction you have with another human being is an opportunity to grow. Every interaction and how you respond to that interaction… is an opportunity to learn, expand who you are, see things differently and ultimately have a greater experience of life.

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That was easy!

As I set my intentions for the new year, I made a list of all the things I’d like to accomplish and even created a “joy list” (it sounds better than bucket) for all the adventures I’d like to take and experience in 2015.

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When your story becomes yesterday’s news

I recently received a call from a man who wanted some career coaching. He proceeded to tell me the miseries and hardships of the last several years in trying to land a job … the economy, the wrong path, how he’s overqualified, blah, blah, blah and I started to swirl around in his over-explanation. 

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How to adjust to change

We make changes in our lives to be the best person we can be, and to prepare ourselves for new adventures. We start a new exercise program, take on a healthy eating routine, move to new a neighborhood and a better home, take on a new role at work, or leave our job for something bigger and better.

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